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LMRCSC ALUMNI SURVEY

Recent and past alumni have often expressed that after graduating there was difficulty transitioning into employment opportunities and remaining connected with LMRCSC fellows.  Opportunities often come as a result of social interactions, including networking in the office, or at professional meetings. In the efforts to provide a stronger connection between NOAA LMRCSC alumni, and as…Read more LMRCSC ALUMNI SURVEY

10th BIENNIAL EDUCATION AND SCIENCE FORUM

The NOAA Educational Partnership Program/Minority Serving Institutions hosted its 10th Biennial Education and Science Forum in Tallahassee, Fla. The science meeting, which was the follow-up installment to the virtual forum held in 2021, served as an opportunity for NOAA EPP Cooperative Science Center scholars to display their research and interact with agency scientists. This year’s…Read more 10th BIENNIAL EDUCATION AND SCIENCE FORUM

NOAA EPP Scholars selected for NSF fellowship

The National Science Foundation has selected two NOAA Educational Partnership Program LMRCSC scholars to join their elite Graduate Research Fellowship Program.  Janelle Layton and Hillary Thalmann, both students at Oregon State University, will have the support and financial backing of the foundation as they work on their respective research projects. Created by the United States…Read more NOAA EPP Scholars selected for NSF fellowship

NOAA EPP Scholar accepts offer to Rutgers University

Congrats are in order for NOAA Educational Partnership Program LMRCSC scholar and UMES undergraduate student, Teemer Barry. The graduating senior accepted an offer from Rutgers University, located in New Brunswick, N.J. There, he will enroll in the Graduate Program in Oceanography at the prestigious research institution. Under the advisement of UMES professor, Dr. Ali Ishaque,…Read more NOAA EPP Scholar accepts offer to Rutgers University

NOAA EPP Graduate pursues career that gives back

NOAA LMRCSC graduate Amanda Lawrence is a true testament to the phrase, “hard work pays off.” The former NOAA Educational Partnership Program scholar graduated in 2020 with her master’s degree in environmental molecular science and technology from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. After earning her academic accolades, the marine scientist started her…Read more NOAA EPP Graduate pursues career that gives back

NOAA EPP Scholar and alumn awarded 2022 John A. Knauss Fellowship

NOAA Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center Scholar and alumni, Benjamin Frey and Victoria Moreno, respectively, are both 2022 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program recipients. The federal program, supported by NOAA Sea Grant, provides graduate students with unique educational and professional opportunities in the areas of ocean and coastal sciences. Frey and Moreno…Read more NOAA EPP Scholar and alumn awarded 2022 John A. Knauss Fellowship

LMRCSC scholar awarded NOAA fellowship

NOAA Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center Graduate Scholar, Shanelle Haughton, has accepted a one-year fellowship with the NOAA Educational Partnership Program for Minority Serving Institutions Graduate Fellowship Program. Haughton, who is pursuing her Ph.D. in the Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Science program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, will begin her internship in…Read more LMRCSC scholar awarded NOAA fellowship

Research for undergraduates program returned in 2021

The NOAA LMRCSC Research Experiences for Undergraduates internship program took place this summer on the campus of The University of Maryland Eastern Shore. The college research program was able to safely return to campus after a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The educational initiative serves to provide underclassmen with internship opportunities…Read more Research for undergraduates program returned in 2021

Students gain research experience in Geosciences program

This summer, the Geosciences Bridge Program returned to the campus of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. After being held virtually for the first time in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NOAA LMRCSC leveraged program successfully took place in person. Funded by the National Science Foundation and the NOAA LMRCSC, the Geoscience Bridge…Read more Students gain research experience in Geosciences program

NOAA LMRCSC faculty member earns Georgia award

When it comes to marine science, make no mistakes, Dr. Dionne Hoskins-Brown is an expert. Not only has the Fishery Biologist spent years studying and adding to the field, but she has also worked tirelessly teaching and mentoring others to become the next generation of great scientists. Her countless hours of dedication to fisheries is…Read more NOAA LMRCSC faculty member earns Georgia award

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