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2020 Fellowship and Awards Virtual Celebration

2020 Fellowship and Awards Virtual Celebration: Video Available

On October 1, we celebrated our talented graduate students and the critical fellowships that support their research and education.

October 7, 2020Awards, Blogs and Perspectives

Brock Murch, Senior System Administrator

Brock Murch: One of NASA’s Unsung Heroes

Brock Murch, Senior System Administrator for the Optical Oceanography Lab at the USF College of Marine Science, was just recognized as an “unsung hero” by NASA.

September 29, 2020Awards

Jessica Caggiano was recently awarded funding through the NASA FINESST competition.

Jessica Caggiano Chosen as a Future Investigator in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST)

Jessica Caggiano, was recently awarded funding through the Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST) competition.

August 26, 2020Awards

Cliff Merz, Ph.D.

USF College of Marine Science’s Clifford Merz Named Senior Member of National Academy of Inventors

Dr. Merz, who serves as Program and HF Radar Operations Director for the Coastal Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System, is one of 38 leading academic inventors nationwide named as new NAI senior members.

August 11, 2020Awards

Chuanmin Hu, Ph.D.

Five USF Faculty Elected 2020 Members of the Academy of Science, Engineering & Medicine of Florida

Please join us in congratulating Chuanmin, who was elected to the Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine of Florida (ASEMFL)!

August 4, 2020Awards

USF College of Marine Science graduate & communications fellow Carey Schaefer

Carey Schafer announced as a Gulf Research Program Policy Fellow

USF College of Marine Science graduate & communications fellow Carey Schaefer, announced as a Gulf Research Program Policy Fellow.

July 29, 2020Awards

Dr. Cheryl Hapke

Dr. Cheryl Hapke Named 2020 Distinguished Lecturer

Hapke will receive the award at the 2020 GSA Annual Meeting in Montreal, Quebec in October.

March 19, 2020Awards, News

Dr. Pamela Hallock Muller receiving the Raymond C. Moore Medal from Dr. Lynn Soreghan, President of SEPM and James Roy Maxey Professor of Geology at the University of Oklahoma.

Pamela Hallock Muller Awarded the Prestigious Raymond C. Moore Medal

Pamela Hallock Muller recently received the prestigious Raymond C. Moore Medal, which is presented by the the Society for Sedimentary Geology for sustained excellence in paleontology.

May 21, 2019Awards

Mya Breitbart Elected as a new Fellow into ASM

Mya Breitbart Elected as a 2019 Fellow into the American Society for Microbiology

Mya Breitbart, who has been elected as a new Fellow in the American Society for Microbiology in recognition of her groundbreaking achievements in studying viruses.

January 29, 2019Awards, News

Eight USF Faculty Members Named New AAAS Fellows.

Frank E. Müller-Karger Elected as 2018 AAAS Fellow

Eight USF Faculty Members Named New AAAS Fellows.

November 28, 2018Awards, News

The Totten Glacier in East Antarctica

Amelia Shevenell awarded NSF Grant to study past ocean-ice sheet interactions in East Antarctica

The USF College of Marine Science (USF CMS) has been awarded a National Science Foundation Grant ($305,139) to determine the influence of ocean temperatures on coastal glaciers in East Antarctica over the past 18,000 years.

September 29, 2018Awards, News

IMARS Group at USF College of Marine Science

CMS Professor Frank Muller-Karger Awarded NSF Big Data Grant to Improve Coastal Floodplain Maps

The USF College of Marine Science (CMS) has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant ($1,000,000) to establish a Big Data Regional Innovation Hub for a three-year study in collaboration with Texas A&M University and Google Earth Engine.

August 28, 2018Awards, News

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