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News and Announcements

Category: Research

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Dr. Meiyin Wu appointed to NJDEP Ecological Processes Standing Committee

The Science Advisory Board (SAB), which the Ecological Processes Committee is a part, provides independent peer review and advice on scientific and technical issues relevant to the DEP’s mission.

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Montclair State Recipient of NSF Discovery Research PreK-12 Grant

Project to focus on innovative Math for America video library

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We aren’t the only ones returning to the Jersey Shore

Dr. Paul Bologna, Biology, along with students from his lab, have gone to the shore in search of clinging jellyfish.

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Casabona Future Scientists Program

Another successful year demonstrating the fantastic research, impressive knowledge, and adept presentation skills of our students.

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University receives portion of $10 million in funding for Barnegat Bay improvements

The NJDEP designated $300,000 to the University for restoration and enhancement of submerged aquatic vegetation in the bay.

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Sigma Xi Student Research Symposium 2019

A recap of the first Sigma Xi Symposium in more than 10 years at Montclair State.

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Professor receives 2019 AAEES Superior Achievement Award

Dr. Yang Deng received the award for his project studying emergency water treatment with ferrate(VI) in response to natural disasters.

Norman architecture in Sicily

Professor Receives NEH Support for Ongoing Norman Sicily Project

Digital database documents historical Sicilian monuments

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Student awarded research scholarship from NJ Mosquito Control Association

Domenica Mousa won the Jobbins Scholarship for her research with Assistant Professor Matthew Aardema.

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Math Faculty Results Highlighted in SIAM News

Drs. Lora Billings and Eric Forgoston found that classical tools from dynamical systems and perturbation theory provide an intuitive way to analyze stochastic epidemiological models with seasonal forcing and predict noise-induced rare events.

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What would you look like as a dinosaur?

Mathematical Science Professors Joseph DiNapoli and Eliza Leszczynski lead an activity at homecoming using paleontology to make sense of proportions.

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From Montclair State to Los Alamos

Garrett Nieddu is taking his PhD across the country to the Los Alamos National Lab where he will study the viral dynamics of infection and the role of the immune response for the influenza A virus and human immunodeficiency virus.