STUDENT EVENTS, BLOGS and NEWS!


CORNELL EVENTS and LINKS: subscribe to our online calendar to add Shoals events to your schedule!
  • NEW: Friday student office hours in Stimson Hall from 1:30-5:30p in 2M15 (between floors 2 and 3).
  • Marine Biology @ Cornell: Head over to "Marine Sciences at Cornell" to learn more about majoring or minoring in marine science. Questions? Contact Ian Hewson.
  • Join Green Catch: Sustainable seafood education, advocacy, and outreach.Become an educator and teach about sustainable seafood in your local community! 3 Training sessions to become an educator (all prospective educators); monthly Check-In meetings (all club members); school Appointments (individual). Contact Shoals alum, Kat Leigh: greencatchglobal@gmail.com

UNH EVENTS and LINKS: subscribe to our online calendar to add Shoals events to your schedule!


Student BLOGS from Summer 2014 @ Shoals
intertidal intern team: Intertidal Ecology of Appledore Island
Taylor Heaton: Stepping into my field shoes: Summer 2014
Erica Anderson: Island Gardener 2014

Student BLOGS from Summer 2013 @ Shoals
Taylor Heaton: Opening the door, Appledore 2013
Sarah MacLean: Places to go, birds to see, randomness on the way
Michelle Moglia: View from the blind
Shailee Shah: Summer migrations

 


Shoals students in the NEWS
Shoals/Cornell gull research intern, Taylor Heaton Crisologo recounts her days at Shoals as part of Nestwatch @ Cornell.
Shoals/UNH nearshore ecology interns, Amber Litterer and Kristen Mello in UNH Today.
Shoals/Cornell marine mammal interns, Mary Fisher and Alexis Mandon in Cornell's periodiCALS magazine.
Shoals/UNH
sustainable engineering intern, Dimitry Harris (UNH '14), shares his Shoals experience @ UNH Today.
Shoals/Cornell alum Luke DeFisher, publishes Shoals research as first author: Effects of Invasive European Fire Ants (Myrmica rubra) on Herring Gull (Larus argentatus) Reproduction.



Become a Shoals student, and YOU can teach us about saving an endangered ecosystem through song! (click on image to watch Shoals alum, Allison Fritts-Penniman)
 

 

 

 

 

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