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News and Announcements

Category: Biology

Dr. Matthew Aardema by lab equipment

How do you prevent tick bites?

Matthew Aardema spoke with Nicole Pajer from HuffPost in their guide to ticks

Dr. Sandra Adams in the classroom

Is a runny nose a symptom of the Delta variant of COVID?

Biology Professor Dr. Sandra Adams spoke with NJ.com regarding the Delta COVID-19 variant and potential symptoms

Emily Boyle receives the Critical Language Scholarship

Montclair State University Student Earns U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)

Emily Boyle, an undergraduate Biology major Chinese minor at Montclair State University has been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study Chinese during the summer of 2021.

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Harmful algal blooms close swimming area at NJ state park for 2021 summer season

Dr. Meiyin Wu, Biology Professor, spoke with NJ Spotlight News regarding the algal blooms we have seen throughout the state over the past few years

CSAM graduates at their commencement ceremony with Rocky

CSAM Caps off Week of Commencements

The College held the final commencement exercises for Montclair State University’s Class of 2021!

Flu-Like Symptoms This Summer May Not Be Caused By COVID, But Ticks

CBS interviewed Assistant Professor of Biology Matthew Aardema to discuss tick populations in the area

Clinging Jellyfish Return to the Jersey Shore

Dr. Paul Bologna and his research students took John Elliott, CBS Meteorologist, with them during a recent field research outing

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Professor Interviewed on 60 Second Science Podcast

Dr. Colette Feehan provided insight in the episode To Fight Climate Change: Grow a Floating Forest, Then Sink It

Casabona Future Scientists Competition Zoom room

Mario M. Casabona Future Scientists Competition Recap

The event, held virtually for the first time, showcased the depth of knowledge and preparedness of our students

Fifth Annual Wehner Research Symposium and Darwin Day Celebration

The event featured student research and a keynote by Dr. Corrie Moreau, Cornell University

Purple urchins consume the remainder of a small giant kelp.

In the Pacific, Global Warming Disrupted The Ecological Dance of Urchins, Sea Stars And Kelp. Otters Help Restore Balance.

When ocean heat waves and a sea star disease devastated kelp forests that are critical to sea life and the California urchin fishing industry, sea otters came to the rescue.

Scott Kight, PhD talks to CBS2 about moths

Happy Moth-er Day!

Associate Dean and Biology Professor, Dr. Scott Kight, had some interesting moth facts for John Elliot from CBS2