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Category: CSAM Research

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Be A Weed Eater: Seaweed is a Sustainable Food that Offers a Boatload of Nutrition

Dr. Colette Feehan, Associate Professor of Biology, provides insight to seaweed as a food source

Ivana Culic and Luis Torres by the AHA Scholars Program sign

Students Shine at American Heart Association HSI Scholars Symposium

The symposium, held in Dallas, Texas, brought together talented undergraduate research students from across the nation to highlight the passion of the scholars in combating healthcare disparities and promoting health equity

Poster session during the Fall 2023 Casabona Future Scientists competition

How Effective Communication Benefits Scientists

The power of storytelling is at the heart of Montclair State University’s Mario M. Casabona Future Scientists Awards Program

Melissa Spigelman talking with colleagues during the Casabona Competition Poster session

Biology MS student Melissa Spigelman awarded Café Bustelo® Scholarship

The award is given to hispanic students attending Hispanic Serving Institutions that want to impact their communities with the degrees they are pursuing

Dr. Nina Goodey's research students presenting

A New Twist Invigorates the Casabona Future Scientists Competition

For the first time departments were represented by teams of students in the Competition

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No Cap Episode 5 – Echa Pa’Lante!

Host Eugenia Providence talks with students Katherine Saravia, Karla Gallardo and Manuel Arellano

student research collage, Summer 2023

Hot Summer Days Ignite Scientific Minds

University’s labs provide research opportunities for undergraduates in everything from studying the climate crisis to keeping swimmers safe

Seaweed Farming: Assessment on the Potential of Sustainable Upscaling for Climate, Communities and the Planet

Seaweed Farming

Assessment on the Potential of Sustainable Upscaling for Climate, Communities and the Planet

A tagged kestrel in Harmony Township, N.J., held by John Smallwood, biology professor

The Mystery of the Vanishing Kestrels: What’s Happening to This Flashy Falcon?

The number of American kestrels has dropped sharply. That goes against the trend for birds of prey, broadly seen as a conservation bright spot

students at American Heart Association Symposium

American Heart Association HSI Scholars Share Research Findings

Six Montclair students participating in the national AHA program honored at HSI research symposium

Marisa Messina in the chemistry lab

Chemistry Student Wins Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

Montclair State University undergraduate Marisa Messina’s research targets breast cancer treatment through enzyme study


What Is Causing the Perplexing Decline of the American Kestrel?

Dr. John Smallwood spoke with ReportWire about the raptor species