March 7, 2023 – Arts Council of Greater New HavenContinue reading "Senses Connect In An Artist’s Retrospective"
For his Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Oceanography (SURFO) at GSO, Arnaldo Díaz-Martínez joined an active research project working on the base of the marine food web in Narragansett Bay.Continue reading "SURFO fellowship welcomes prospective oceanographers"
GSO professor Susanne Menden-Deuer has been elected as the next president of the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography.Continue reading "Susanne Menden-Deuer elected next ASLO president"
Despite the pandemic, the URI GSO offered the SURFO (Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Oceanography) program in summer 2020. Andria Miller and the GSO team she worked with reflect on the experience and the benefits of the program.Continue reading "Hands-on undergraduate research: COVID-19 can’t stop this!"
GSO Profile of GSO Graduate Skyler Jordan who received his Master of Oceanography in May 2020.Continue reading "GSO Profiles-GSO Graduate Skyler Jordan"
May 15, 2020 Welcome to the third in our new series: GSO Profiles! Each post will feature a brief interview with a member of the GSO community. Our first several profiles will be of GSO students who either graduated this past December or will this month. These profiles are one way we can celebrate the […]Continue reading "GSO Profiles – GSO Graduate Victoria M. Fulfer"
GSO professors Susanne Menden-Deuer, Melissa Omand, and Tatiana Rynearson are among 100 researchers from 30 institutions who embarked on a month-long expedition to study microscopic organisms that live deep in the ocean and play a critical role in removing carbon dioxide from Earth’s atmosphere.Continue reading "Four URI scientists among 100 researchers on NASA-led expedition to North Pacific"
One of the biggest compliments for a scientist is to have his or her research article cited by other scientists in their papers. This kind of recognition is an acknowledgement that the research is important—and, in some cases, groundbreaking. Professors and graduate students at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography received that […]Continue reading "GSO oceanographers, graduate students recognized by international oceanography magazine"
When people are hungry they look for food, maybe a cheeseburger. But what happens to microorganisms in the ocean when they get hungry? Do they perish, live or grow? Sean Anderson, a 24-year-old student at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography, answered those questions researching the feeding habits of heterotrophic protists—microscopic ocean […]Continue reading "URI Graduate Student Studies Feeding, Growth Habits of Microscopic Organisms in Ocean"
URI Press ReleaseContinue reading "Big Thinkers – Susanne Menden-Deuer"