EOAS is proud to announce that Tevin Wooten and Matthew Reagan, two Meteorology undergrads, captured the only two summer internships available at The Weather Channel! These internships were advertised around the country and both were awarded to these two outstanding students. Congratulations on your internships!
In a paper published Thursday in Science, a team of researchers from Florida State University, Xiamen University in China and Princeton University argue that the acidiﬁcation of seawater caused by rising carbon dioxide levels makes it diﬃcult for a type of cyanobacteria to perform a process called nitrogen ﬁxation.
The Marine Field Methods class had its field week earlier this month, working from the FSU Marine Lab’s pontoon boat for several days. Two students, Taylor Kirkpatrick and Linoj Vijayan, are part of the EOAS Aquatics degree program. They did five casts and collected water samples for later analysis in the lab.
EOAS had five undergraduate students participating in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) this year. The five students conducted research, met with UROP Student Leaders and presented their research at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. Congratulations to Lizzie Grater (Dr. Robert Spencer), Kariza Hossain (Dr. Mainak Mookherjee), Francesca Lappin (Dr. Henry Fuelberg), Jennifer Magi (Dr. Angela Knapp), and Alan Soroka (Dr. Mariana Fuentes) on this accomplishment.
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