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SoMAS Convocation 2017
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SoMAS Convocation 2012
After what has been a cool and rainy spring, Friday, May 18th, 2012, dawned sunny, bright and warm on Long Island. Perfect weather in which to graduate! The Schoo (More)
SoMAS Convocation 2014
Each year graduation is an exciting day for all involved and this year’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences graduation was no exception.  As the traditional song, Pomp and Circumstance pervaded through the auditorium, SoMAS’ 85 graduating stud (More)
Morgan Gelinas (MS, 2011)
Morgan Gelinas (MS, 2011) studied ship wakes in the Venice Lagoon, Italy.  Here, very large ships routinely navigate a deep dredged channel cut through a shallow lagoon.  The wakes they create propagate over the adjacent shoals for long distances, re (More)
SoMAS alumni create textbook on "Evolution of Meteorology"
Greg Marshall with his crittercam[/caption] Greg Marshall is the Executive Director and Produce (More)
Cassie Bauer (MS, 2012)
Cassie Bauer received her BS and MS from SoMAS in 2009 and 2012 respectively. Her  thesis research involved the physical processes that contribute (More)
Michael Colbert (BS, 2015)
Everyone talks about the weather, but Michael Colbert has more than a casual interest in that topic — he studied it at Stony Brook University.  To be sure, theMore)
Laura Picariello (MA, 2012)
Laura Picariello, former MCP student, is busy pursuing a career in Louisiana with the Gulf United for Lasting Fisheries, part of the Audubon Nature Insti (More)
Hans Dam (PhD, 1989)
Hans Dam attended SoMAS, known as the Marine Science Research Center (MSRC) at the time, for both his Master’s and Doctoral degrees. After graduating from the University (More)
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