Congratulations Will Fennie, Heather Fulton-Bennett and Kelsey Swieca!
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Integrative Biology PhD candidates Will Fennie, Heather Fulton-Bennett and Kelsey Swieca each received a Mamie L. Markham Research Award, administered by Hatfield Marine Science Center. These monetary awards will help the students advance their research.

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On the move: What it takes to relocate millions of fragile insects, plants and seeds
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Chris Marshall and David Maddison are helping orchestrate the move of the 3 million specimens in the Oregon State Arthropod Collection in preparation for the Cordley Hall renovation.

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Sea stars face uncertain future: A struggle with a mysterious disease
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Bruce Menge discusses sea star recovery following the wasting disease that decimated their West Coast populations in 2013 and 2014.

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OSU Sea Grant awards $1.15 million for five coastal research projects
Sally Hacker on beach with pack of grass on her back

Sally Hacker received a $230,000 grant from Oregon Seat Grant to study the impacts of a beach grass hybrid on PNW coastal ecosystems.

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ESA Selects 2020 Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student Policy Award Recipients
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Congratulations to Claire Couch on receiving the prestigious Katherine S. McCarter award, which includes training in policy and communication in Washington, DC.

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Demystifying coronavirus: Is it a pandemic and other questions answered
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Ben Dalziel uses mathematical models and data to study the spread of infectious diseases. In this interview, he discusses the novel coronavirus outbreak and transmission.

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Primitive bee in amber reveals its 100 million-year-old apoid wasp lineage
magnified photo of bee preserved in amber

George Poinar has identified a specimen in amber as a new family, genus and species of bee.

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An Ecologist Organizes the World
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Jane Lubchenco helped change the field of ecology by making the science useful to society.

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Congratulations to Jane Lubchenco on receiving the inaugural Mary Sears Medal
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This honor recognizes Dr. Lubchenco's exceptional leadership and original contributions to research on biodiversity and solutions to restore ocean health and sustainable fisheries.

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‘Listening to the Crabs’
photo of Sarah Henkel holding a crab on a ship

Sarah Henkel will present the findings of her recent crab-tracking project on January 15 at 6 p.m. in Seaside.

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