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What you can do to reduce the global jellyfish explosion

As the beach season commences learn how you can help in controlling the jellyfish population. Article features insights from Dr. Paul Bologna, Marine Biology and Coastal Sciences

CSAM Convocation

Congratulations to our graduates! We look forward to watching you take your next steps. View photos from CSAM's 2016 Convocation ceremony!

Professor's Crystal Structure appeared in C&E News

The structure is used to describe metal soap formation.

AECOM - Natural Resource Protection Specialist

AECOM needs dedicated people, preferably with a scientific or construction background/education, to provide oversight for utility installation around trees in New York City and document the resources.

EAES Student Wins TechLaunch Competition

Congratulations to B.S. in Earth and Environmental Science major Christina Verhagen, who was the best of the best in the TechLaunch Future Scientist Competition.

Congratulations to EAES Student Award Winners

The Department of Earth and Environmental Studies congratulates the 2016 winners of our annual departmental scholarships and awards, who recognized on April 26th at our annual end of the semester celebration.

From left to right: April Kelly (MS in Earth and Environmental Science program), Richard James (PhD in Environmental Management program), and Christina Verhagen (BS in Earth and Environmental Science program) at the 10th Annual Montclair State University Student Research Symposium (not pictured: Mitchell Clay).

EAES Students Win Research Grants and Scholarships

EAES Faculty and Students win CSAM Awards of Excellence

Congratulations to EAES faculty and students who were recognized at the annual CSAM Awards of Excellence ceremony on April 27th. We are tremendously proud of our department members.

Art of Sustainable Science

The Mathematical Sciences Department contributes to the ongoing earth day events on campus with a hand crank and a bicycle generator!

Why you shouldn't exercise to lose weight, explained with 60+ studies

Vox's Show Me the Evidence segment delves into the topic of exercise and weight loss. Featuring Diana Thomas, Center for Quantitative Obesity Research director and Mathematical Sciences faculty.