Watch the 2020 Graduate School Recognition, including remarks from GSO Dean Bruce Corliss, Rhode Island Governor Gina M. Raimondo, Senator Jack Reed and others.Continue reading "2020 GSO Graduate Recognition"
The University of Rhode Island announced that The Devereux Ocean Foundation, Inc. has pledged $250,000 to create the Devereux Ocean Foundation Fund for GSO.Continue reading "Devereux Ocean Foundation supports GSO developing K-12 ocean science curriculum"
In the year after Rhode Island voters approved a 2018 bond referendum, GSO has secured a number of private gifts to build on public funding and further revitalize its facilities.Continue reading "After voters said ‘Yes on 2,’ URI’s Graduate School of Oceanography earns private support"
URI becomes one of eight leading research institutions to participate in NOAA’s Cooperative Institute for the North Atlantic Region. The Institute will focus on ecosystem management to advance understanding of climate change.Continue reading "NOAA Selects URI to Join Cooperative Institute for the North Atlantic Region"
A shipyard ceremony attended by national, state, and academic VIPs marks start of construction on the Research Vessel Resolution. R.I. Governor, Gina Raimondo is the ship’s ceremonial sponsor.Continue reading "Keel-Laying Celebrates Start of New Research Vessel’s Construction"
NOAA to work with a consortium of five institutions, led by URI’s Graduate School of Oceanography, exploring and mapping more than 3 billion acres of America’s ocean territory.Continue reading "NOAA announces $94-million ocean exploration institute led by URI"
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"
GSO Dean Bruce Corliss was quoted in this article about the National Climate Assessment and its implications for Rhode Island.Continue reading "7 Ways RI and Northeast Will Be Impacted By Global Warming, According to New Federal Report"
Dean Bruce Corliss gave his annual State of GSO Address on November 9th, 2018. The presentation is available to download.Continue reading "State of GSO – November 9, 2018"
Since its founding in 1961, GSO has been a leader in the study and exploration of the world’s oceans and has garnered significant national and international recognition of Rhode Island as a leader in oceanography and marine science. GSO has also focused on coastal environments that are so important to Rhode Island and the nation. […]Continue reading "Vote YES ON 2: Ocean Science for the Ocean State"