Recent Joint Program Student Awards

Amalia Aruda
Environmental Protection Agency STAR Fellowship.  “The impacts of endocrine disrupting pollutants on copepod-Vibrio interactions in estuarine environments”

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Rene Boiteau
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Eleanor Bors
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Andrea Burke
Best Student Paper Award at the International Conference on Paleoceanography, La Jolla, CA, 2010. Andrea Burke and Laura Robinson "Deep-sea coral reconstructions of Southern Ocean radiocarbon through the last deglaciation".

Alison Criscitiello
U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science Graduate Fellowship

Veronique Dansereau
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Graduate Scholarship in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Andrea Dubin
Environmental Protection Agency STAR Fellowship.  “Testing the hypothesis that the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum could have been caused by released carbon from organic-rich sediments after a magma intrusion”

Bethanie Edwards
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Erin Fischell
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Katherine French
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Geoffrey A. Gorman
Rear Admiral Richard F. Pittenger, USN (Ret.) Fellowship

Kalina Gospodinova
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

David R. Griffith
Environmental Protection Agency STAR Fellowship.  “The fate of natural and synthetic steroid estrogens in the coastal ocean”

Best Student Poster, Honorable Mention: Gordon Research Conference: Environmental Science – Water. Plymouth, NH, 2010.  Griffith, D.R., P.A. Raymond, and P.M. Gschwend. Poster. Multiple-source heterotrophy fueled by aged organic carbon in an urbanized estuary

Joanna Gyory
Best Student Poster Award, ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2011.  Gyory, J. and Pineda, J. Poster: Turbidity as a cue for synchronous reproduction in the barnacle Semibalanus balanoides

Li Ling Hamady
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Santiago Herrera
Outstanding Student Paper Award. American Geophyiscal Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 2010.  Herrera, S. Munro, C. Nganro, N. Tunnicliffe, V. Wirasantosa, S. Sibert, E. Hammond, S. R. Bors, E. Butterfield, D. Holden, J. F. Baker, E. T. Sherrin, J. Makarim, S. Troa, R. Shank, T. M.  “Biodiversity of the Deep-Sea Benthic Fauna in the Sangihe-Talaud Region, Indonesia: Observations from the INDEX-SATAL 2010 Expedition”

Wu-Jung Lee
Best Student Presentation, Second Place: Acoustical Society of America, 2nd Pan-American/Iberian Meeting on Acoustics. Cancun, Mexico, November 15-19, 2010.  Wu-Jung Lee, Timothy K. Stanton.  “Analysis of mixed assemblages of fish using the statistics of echoes from a single beam broadband echosounder”

Karin Lemkau
Best Student Poster, Honorable Mention: Gordon Research Conference: Environmental Science - Water. Plymouth, NH., 2010.  Karin L. Lemkau, Emily E. Peacock, Robert K. Nelson, G. Todd Venture, Jennifer L. Kovecses, Christopher M. Reddy. Poster. Weathering of heavy fuel oil from the M/V Cosco Busan spill

Jill M. McDermott
Outstanding Student Paper Award, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 2010.  McDermott, J.M., Ono, S., Tivey, M.K., Seewald, J.S.  “Evidence for deep sea hydrothermal fluid-mineral equilibrium from multiple S isotopes”

Nathaniel C. Miller
Outstanding Student Paper Award for Tectonophysics, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 2009.  Miller, N., D. Lizarralde, A.J. Harding and G. Kent. “Constraints on early Gulf of California rifting from seismic images across the eastern margin of Guaymas Basin”

Melissa Moulton
National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Stephanie Owens
NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship.  “Investigating the spatial variability and processes controlling upper ocean particle flux on global and regional scales”

M. Jordan Stanway
Link Ocean Engineering and Instrumentation Fellowship

Min Xu
Outstanding Student Paper Award for Ocean Sciences, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 2009. Xu, M., R. Stephen, J. P. Canales, S. Carbotte, M. Nedimovic, J. Mutter. "Seismic waveform modeling of the reflection response from a mid-ocean ridge sill: Understanding the message behind the polarity and amplitude of waves reflected off the melt lens". 2009.

 

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Michael Brosnahan prepares samples on Oceanus cruise, where the research objective was to study synoptic mapping of Alexandrium fundyense, hydrography, and velocity in coastal currents. (Photo by Mike Carlowicz, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

Meagan Gonneea and Summer Student Fellow DeAnne McCadney collect groundwater samples.

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Meagan Gonneea and Summer Student Fellow DeAnne McCadney collect groundwater samples. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

Stephanie Waterman

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Stephanie Waterman studies the interactions of waves and large-scale circulations in a laboratory experiment using the GFD lab’s 2m rotating table. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)