7th Annual Graduate Student Research Poster Session

The Seventh Annual Graduate Student Research Poster Session was a resounding success!   This year, 22 projects were presented by 26 graduate students from eight different graduate programs.  In excess of 250 Faculty, Staff and Lowcountry Citizens grilled and queried the presenters while enjoying a tasty reception sponsored by the Graduate Student Association and the Graduate School…

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Guest Blogger- Marine Tetrapods Fall Break Trip

I would like to introduce Leah Fisher, a student in Dr. Dave Owens’ Marine Tetrapods class. This class combines students from both the Marine Biology and Environmental Studies programs, and each year Dr. Owens takes his students on a trip. The Marine Biology Marine Tetrapods graduate class spent fall break traveling around Florida to see…

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Exploring the Dangers of Pollution

Much of the work our graduate students do has direct applicability to the issues facing society. So, it’s always interesting to hear about the research our students do, and how it impacts the larger world. Jared Ragland’s (Marine Biology) work is one such example. He’s spent years tracking the urgent problem of ocean pollutants and…

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Campus Ecology Fellowship Program

Are you an environmentally-conscious graduate student? The deadline for this program is quickly approaching, but this is a wonderful opportunity for any student interested in researching and promoting a greener, more sustainable campus: Opportunity: Campus Ecology Fellowship Program Sponsor: National Wildlife Federation Deadline: 12/20/2009 Description: The sponsor offers Fellowships to undergraduate and graduate students to…

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