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Category: Awards

Jan 10, 2017

CMAST Bids Fond Farewell to Dr. David Green

  This article first appeared in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences Digest 2016, by Suzanne Standard. Ask most anyone involved in North Carolina’s seafood industry if they’ve crossed paths with Dr. David Green, and chances are the answer is yes. Green wears a number of hats–director of the NC State Seafood Laboratory, founder… 

Oct 12, 2016

CMAST’s Stoskopf Wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Story by ~Jordan Bartel/NC State Veterinary Medicine Michael Stoskopf was still a student at Colorado State University when he attended his first American Association of Zoo Veterinarians meeting in Atlanta. And now, 42 years later, Stoskopf returned to the city this summer to accept the AAZV’s Lifetime Achievement Award. The professor of aquatics, wildlife and zoological… 

Sep 8, 2016

Seth Theuerkauf wins NC Sea Grant / NC Space Grant Joint Award

(Reprinted from www.seagrant.ncsu.edu) Lindsey Smart and Seth Theuerkauf are recipients of graduate research fellowships offered jointly by North Carolina Sea Grant and North Carolina Space Grant. The fellowship, inaugurated this year, offers graduate students across the state support for research within North Carolina’s nearshore environs and coastal watersheds. Their research projects will use relevant measurement instruments and/or remote-sensing… 

Jul 14, 2016

Two CMASTers awarded CCA NC Scholarship

CCA NC Scholorship Chairman Bill Mandulak presented the 2016 CCA NC Scholorship recipients last week on behalf of the CCA NC Scholarship Committee. NCSU Center for Marine Sciences and Technology Graduate School Student Brendan Runde was presented a scholarship in the amount of $1500 in support of his projects involving the reduction of discard mortality… 

May 20, 2015

CMAST’s Michael Stoskopf Scores BioTech Grant

CMAST’s Michael Stoskopf, NC State professor of aquatics, wildlife and zoologic medicine and of molecular and environmental toxicology, has been awarded ab Institutional Development Grants from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBiotech) to fund new lab equipment. Dr. Stoskopf will receive $72,500 for a recycling system that will reduce by at least 90 percent the use of liquid… 

Mar 26, 2015

Dr. David Green Receives 2015 Carl R. Fellers Award

CMAST’s David Patrick Green, PhD, has received the 2015 Carl R. Fellers Award from the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) for his long-standing dedication to enhance the profession of food science. He is Professor and Department Extension Leader in Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences at North Carolina State University and is Director of the NC State… 

Mar 10, 2015

CMAST Director Dr. David Eggleston Receives Distinguished Alumni Award

(MAR 11, 2015) CMAST Director Dr. David Eggleston has been selected to receive the NC State Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor Award for 2014-2015. This award recognizes service as an outstanding teacher at NC State. Only two faculty who are members of the Academy of Outstanding Teachers may be nominated by each college, and only faculty members who… 

Jan 23, 2015

CMAST’s Paul Rudershausen Recognized for Excellence by NOAA

(JAN 23, 2015) Paul Rudershausen, a doctoral candidate working with Jeff Buckel and Joe Hightower in the Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology program, received the 2014 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Walter B. Jones Sr. Memorial Award for Coastal and Ocean Resource Management. The award recognizes excellence in graduate study that contributes materially to the… 

Nov 21, 2014

Dr. Pat Curley, Director of The Science House @ CMAST, named Outstanding Veteran of the Year

Each year, the city of Jacksonville North Carolina seeks nominations from local veterans groups to recognize the area’s “outstanding veteran of the year.” Those nominated, and selected, receive a Veteran of the Year certificate and an “outstanding citizen” pin from the Jacksonville city council. This year, one of those recognized was Dr. Pat Curley, Program… 

Jun 23, 2014

CMAST’s Heather Broadhurst Receives Award

In a ceremony on the NCSU main campus in Raleigh on Monday, CMAST’s Heather Broadhurst was awarded the College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Clinical Sciences, Sarah Joyner Memorial Staff Excellence Award. Heather began working as a technician for the Department of Clinical Sciences supporting the CVM’s research, field services practice and teaching at the NCSU…