Environmental Management PhD News

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Imaging the Ocean

Tanya Blacic traveled to South Korea last summer to initiate a National Science Foundation-funded collaboration with a researcher from Seoul National University.

Protecting the Environment by Degrees

This transdisciplinary PhD program has prepared environmental scholars, scientists and research professionals for leadership positions in a flourishing field.

Aquatic Mercury Contamination

Measuring the levels of mercury contamination in New Jersey’s aquatic ecosystems with the help of funding from the U.S. Geological Society and Rutgers University.

Mapping Arctic Tundra

Mark Chopping has been mapping changes in Arctic tundra on the Alaska North Slope with the help of a Terrestrial Ecology Program grant from NASA.

Researchers Clean Up Contaminated Groundwater

“A site treated with ferrate, will go from toxic to less toxic, and from less toxic to non-toxic.” – Yang Deng.

Montclair State "In the News:" Exotic Grass Could Help Clean Lead from Soil (The Record)

Photo: Mike Peters

Professor Dibyendu Sarkar (right) in the greenhouse with post doctoral scientist Ramesh Attinti.

The Grass is Greener

Researchers find new ways to purify contaminated soil

Montclair State Incubator Company Honored

Naz Onel, a first year PhD student, receiving an award from Luis Montesinos, associate dean of The College of Humanities and Social Science, for best interdisciplinary graduate poster at this year's Student Research Symposium

Environmental Management PhD Students Scoop Up Awards

CSAM Incubator Firm Tackles Lead-contaminated Soil