The GSO community is gearing up to celebrate 27 new degree recipients, first at the Annual GSO Shirting Ceremony then at the Graduate School Commencement Ceremony.Continue reading "Celebrating the 2022 graduates"
July 16, 2021 – The Providence JournalContinue reading "GSO alum featured on “Shark Week”"
Stephen M. Greenlee M.S. ’82 and Donna Church Greenlee made a $1 million gift to establish the Greenlee Family GSO Campus Redevelopment Fund. The fund supports construction on the Narragansett Bay Campus to expand research and teaching capacity.Continue reading "URI Graduate School of Oceanography Receives $1 Million Gift"
The American Association for the Advancement of Science has elected GSO professor emeritus James Yoder and alumnus Richard Kerr as 2018 Fellows.Continue reading "URI faculty emeritus and an alumnus are named 2018 Fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science"
“The interest is translating scientific discovery into societal benefits.”Continue reading "This is GSO: Matt Gusto, GSO Alumni"
You can’t see them with the naked eye, but they’re all over the ocean: diatoms, single-celled organisms that drift on currents. These microscopic creatures are key to the planet’s health. They sit at the base of the food chain, feeding everything from zooplankton to fish. Through photosynthesis diatoms also regulate the air people breathe, and […]Continue reading "GSO oceanographer studies microscopic organisms in world’s oceans"
URI President David M. Dooley and GSO Dean Bruce H. Corliss hosted over 50 URI alumni and friends at an evening reception aboard the E/V Nautilus while docked at the Embarcadero pier in San Francisco. The event highlighted the important partnership between URI and the Nautilus, which is advancing oceanographic research, exploration and education across […]Continue reading "URI, GSO Leadership Meet with Alumni in San Francisco"
The University of Rhode Island conferred a Doctor of Science, Honoris Causa upon GSO alumna Melanie Will-Cole. The Honorary Doctorate Degree is the highest honor bestowed by the University and is reserved for recognizing true distinction. Dr. Will-Cole is a renowned researcher, author, inventor, and innovative educator. She served for 27 years as a research […]Continue reading "Melanie Will-Cole Receives Honorary Doctorate at Commencement"
By day, Conor McManus studies the larvae of Atlantic mackerel. By night, he’s chasing a puck on a sheet of ice. McManus plays right wing on the Bay Blades, the let’s-have-a-blast hockey team at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography. The team will face off against its longtime rival, the High Stickers […]Continue reading "URI and Woods Hole Oceanographers Face Off at Hockey Games, April 9, 16"
Two alumnae from the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography are receiving presidential awards given to highly accomplished scientists in the early stages of their careers. Colleen B. Mouw and Jennifer Miksis-Olds are two of 105 researchers named by President Barack Obama as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and […]Continue reading "Two GSO Alumnae Receive Presidential Early Career Awards"