Earth and Environmental Studies Events

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Margaret and Herman Sokol Fellowships and Grant Awards

A summer research fellowship, a fellowship for graduating seniors pursuing a PhD and a faculty/student research grant.

Green Team Opportunities

Undergraduate Internships and Graduate Assistant positions available working with local businesses on sustainability projects.

STEM-SEAS

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Student Experiences Aboard Ships

Aquatic Habitat Connectivity and Culvert Assessments

In collaboration with the North Atlantic Aquatic Connectivity Collaborative and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

Montclair State featured in the Princeton Review's Green Colleges

The Princeton Review recently released its guide of the 353 Green Colleges, our stats are broken down on page 112.

PhD Assistanship in Coastal Dynamics

The student will be involved in exploring the co-evolution of human activities and natural processes in the coastal environment.

PhD student publishes in Paleoceanography

Threshold behavior of a marine-based sector of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet in response to early Pliocene ocean warming, led by Melissa Hansen along with Earth and Environmental studies professor Dr. Sandra Passchier

On a Rescue Mission - Biology students partner with NJDEP to save turtles

The Jersey Tomato Press

Dr. Hong, Dean of the two-year undergraduate program at HCMUNRE; Dr. Tuan, Rector (President) of HCMUNRE; Dr. Robert Taylor, Coordinator, Sustainability Science, Dr. Ha, Dean, Dept. of Environment HCMUNRE, Dr. Nga, International Programs HCMUNRE, and Mr. Phuc, International Programs and Research Associate for Sustainability Science Research Project.

CSAM's Sustainability Science Programs Forge Ahead in Vietnam

Dr. Robert W. Taylor, Program Coordinator in the Dept. of Earth and Environmental Studies, is moving ahead on programs to offer sustainability science education for students from Vietnam.

Biology Professor Featured on The Weather Channel

Professor Jack Gaynor discusses the strangeness and potential danger presented by the box jellyfish sighted at the Jersey Shore.