GSO student Philip Yang has been named a 2023 Dr. Nancy Foster Scholar by NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries.Continue reading "GSO student named NOAA Dr. Nancy Foster Scholar"
Anna Robuck, a Ph.D. student at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography, was recently chosen as one of 20 environmental scholars to receive a Switzer Environmental Fellowship.Continue reading "GSO student named a Switzer Environmental Fellow"
Scientists with a NASA-led expedition are operating from the Inner Space Center at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography as colleagues explore the deep Pacific Ocean to prepare to search for life in deep space.Continue reading "Ocean and space exploration blend at URI’s Graduate School of Oceanography"
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"
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"
An ocean-going, wind-powered Saildrone will soon be gathering oceanic and atmospheric observations as its follows the Gulf Stream to support a GSO study.Continue reading "Next-generation, wind-powered ocean drone launched from Newport Shipyard"
For the next three years, researchers from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, the University of Rhode Island and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution will look into the ocean to help improve the quality of data collected by satellites more than 500 miles above.Continue reading "URI oceanographers among scientists looking to the ocean to improve satellite data"
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"
From a young age, Catalina Martinez would study puddles on her street and wonder what was at the bottom of them. Now, as the Regional Program Manager for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER) with an office by Narragansett Bay at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School […]Continue reading "Bay Campus (B)log: Catalina Martinez: Exploring the Ocean and Sharing It With Us"
If you missed the third annual WOD Tri-Ship Connection, you can watch it now on the GSO website!Continue reading "World Oceans Day 2018 Tri-Ship Connection"