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School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment

More Good News from The Baruch Institute

 

Dr. James Morris' project entitled "EESLR 2016 – Dynamic sea level rise assessments of the ability of natural and nature-based features to mitigate surge and nuisance flooding" is funded by Louisiana State University/NOAA for $40,000. 

Congratulations to undergraduate student Victoria Garefino and mentor Dr. Joe Quattro on their Magellan Award ($2,500)from the USC Office of Research for the project entitled "Estimating Genetic Variation for a Fitness Characteristic in a Hawksbill Sea Turtle Nesting Aggregation."

Congratulations to undergraduate student Megan Wesley and mentor Dr. Joe Quattro on their Magellan Award ($2,500) from the USC Office of Research for the project entitled 'Assessment of Hybridization Rate Among Southeastern United States Marine Turtle."

Each Magellan Scholar receives financial support to help fund a research project. Undergraduate students compete for this award with the submission of a proposal developed in collaboration with a faculty mentor.  Selection as a Magellan Scholar is based on the project’s educational and intellectual merit, the potential impact of the project, and the student’s previous academic success.


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