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Thu, 2014/03/27 - 3:26pm


The EOAS Career Forum was a great success with more than 100 students attending! Thank you to our distinguished panelists Jon Authur, Jon Ahlquist, Jim O’Brien, Bill Maxwell, and Jeffry Evans for a most stimulating and helpful discussion.

Dr. Jeff Chanton
Tue, 2014/03/25 - 4:12pm

Dr. Jeff Chanton and Dr. Jennifer Cherrier have confirmed that methane-derived carbon, likely from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, entered the food web via small particles through a pathway known as methanotrophy.

They published their findings in the December 2013 issue of Environmental Science and Technology Letters.

Mon, 2014/03/17 - 2:50pm

The Versatile PhD website has been established to help STEM, humanities, and social science PhDs identify, prepare for, and succeed in non-academic careers. Graduate students, faculty, postdocs, and staff can access the resources provided by the University.

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Wed, 2014/03/05 - 10:26am

The Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Water is announcing a new effort called the National Aquatic Resource Survey Campus Research Challenge.

The National Aquatic Resource Survey (NARS) Campus Research Challenge provides undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to use NARS data to conduct further scientific research and analysis.

This challenge is intended to encourage external, innovative research and information development in support of enhanced water management at multiple scales.