Recent Blog Posts
- ERI Funded Projects: Brendon Owczarek working on climatology in Alaska! December 13, 2019
- ERI Funded Projects: Tessa Waters interning at NOAA’s Howard Marine Laboratory in Sandy Hook, NJ! December 11, 2019
- ERI Funded Projects: Parker Bartz designing a portable wind tunnel and researching wind erosion in Mongolia! December 9, 2019
- ERI Funded Projects: Greta Nelson interning at a Shellfish Hatchery in Dennis, MA! December 6, 2019
- ERI Funded Projects: Shijie Guo using ‘geomasking’ for environmental health studies at Dartmouth! December 4, 2019
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This summer I had the privilege of working for the Juneau Icefield Research Project or JIRP. JIRP takes both undergraduate and graduate students to Alaska for a field season on the Juneau Icefield. The entire expedition consists of approximately 70 … Continue reading
This Summer I had the opportunity to intern at the NOAA Howard Marine Laboratory in Sandy Hook, NJ with my advisor Dr. Chris Chambers for 10-weeks. During this time I assisted in important climate change research on Atlantic silverside (Menidia … Continue reading
ERI Funded Projects: Parker Bartz designing a portable wind tunnel and researching wind erosion in Mongolia!
This summer I worked on an environmental research project with professors from Old Dominion University and Inner Mongolia Agricultural University (IMAU). I spent nearly three months in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region in China – first in the capital city … Continue reading
This past summer I worked as an intern at an oyster hatchery in Dennis, MA. The Aquaculture Research Corporation (ARC) is the largest producer of shellfish seed in New England, and sells both seed to shellfish farmers and market size … Continue reading
This summer I was working under the guidance of Professor Xun Shi from Dartmouth College to develop a stand-alone tool for an improved geographically masking (geomasking) method for environmental health studies. In the field of environmental health studies, in order … Continue reading
ERI Funded Project: Kai Greenlees working on “Visualizing and Experiencing Changes to the Critical Zone” with Pennsylvania State University!
This summer I was privileged to be able to work with Dr. Janet Swim and her colleagues at The Pennsylvania State University on a multidisciplinary project called “Visualizing and Experiencing Changes to the Critical Zone”. The research team consisted of … Continue reading
ERI Funded Projects: Peter Markotsis Evaluating the Impact of Informal Marine Science Programs in the Chesapeake Bay!
This summer I went to Gloucester Point Virginia to help run and evaluate informal marine science programs through the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve located on William and Mary’s Graduate Marine Science program. These programs included community events where … Continue reading
ERI Funded Projects: Izzy Rico exploring ocean engineering with SeaTech at Florida Atlantic University!
Hello, my name is Izzy Rico. I’m a sophomore at Vassar and a prospective chemistry major. This summer I worked as an intern at Florida Atlantic University at their institute for ocean and systems engineering called SeaTech. I was mentored … Continue reading
ERI Funded Projects: Hannah Stouter at the Huyck Preserve and Biological Field Station in Rensselaerville, NY!
This summer I was an Odum intern at the Huyck Preserve and Biological Field Station, a 2000 acre ecological preserve located in Rensselaerville, NY, about 45 minutes outside of Albany. I was one of four interns who worked with Dr. … Continue reading
This summer I was so lucky to intern at the NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center in my hometown, Seattle, Washington. I was working with research biologist Correigh Greene, and divided my time helping out with two of his projects. The … Continue reading