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Category: Recognition

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… 

Dec 10, 2014

AAAS Finds CMAST Occupies Unique Niche

(DEC 10, 2014) The American Association for the Advancement of Science Research Competitiveness Program (AAAS) recently found that CMAST, along with other UNC System marine science programs, occupied a unique niche and served a distinct group of stakeholders in North Carolina. At the conclusion of the study, the AAAS presented their assessments to UNC President… 

Apr 10, 2014

Former CMAST Undergraduate Summer Scholar Accepted into NASA Program

It’s not every day an English-major-turned-food-scientist gets a chance to work with experts at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), but that’s the future for Ryan Dowdy, a 2013 CMAST undergraduate summer scholar. Ryan, who worked in the NC State Seafood Laboratory, has been accepted in the NASA National Space Biomedical Research Institute’s 2014 Summer… 

Feb 21, 2014

CMAST’S Craig Harms Receives Widespread Recognition for Whale Euthanasia Study

“It’s not what I thought I’d be doing back when I went to veterinary school at Iowa State, and it is not a pleasant task, but relief of animal suffering, collaborating with colleagues who have varied expertise, and applying diverse training to novel challenges is all consistent with that preparation.” So said CMAST’s Craig Harms,…