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Summer Workshops

Students in the Marine Sciences Summer Program are offered workshops and seminars by faculty and research experts at the University of Delaware and throughout the field of marine science.

2013 Summer Intern Workshops and Seminars

Speaker

Workshop/Seminar

J. Lopez/J.Scudlark/ A. Dittel    Orientation (overview of the program, computer facilities, library, safety issues)
D. Miller/A. Dittel Marsh Walk
  Lunch with Graduate Students
J. Gallagher Ecological Conversations in the Coastal Ecotone
  Intern Proposed Research Presentations
E. Maurmeyer/A. Dittel Field Trip to Cape Henlopen State Park
G. Luther Abiotic and Biotic Chemistry at Hydrothermal Vents: Pyrite Nanoparticles and Carbon Dioxide Fixation via Chemosynthesis
B. Ullman Honor, Integrity, and Responsible Conduct of Research
  Small Boat Course
B. Ullman After BS/BA, What's Next?
J. Biddle 20,000 Microbes Under the Sea
A. Dittel Day Boat Trip
D. Kirchman Communicating Results from Scientific Research, Part I
D. Kirchman Communicating Results from Scientific Research, Part II
J. Cohen Where the $#%@ am I?  Orientation and Navigation in Marine Mammals
  Small Boat Practical
C. Sommerfield Estuaries: Where Rivers Meet the Sea
J. Biddle Presentation Skills
M. Oliver Ocean Observing: From Satellites to Animal Tracks
  Final Presentations and Lunch

 

2012 Summer Intern Workshops and Seminars

Speaker

Workshop/Seminar

J. Lopez/J. Scudlark/ A. Dittel                Orientation (overview of the program, computer facilities, library, safety issues)
  Luncheon with graduate students
J. Cohen From Krough to Krill: Spectral Tuning in Crustacean Eyes
D. Miller/A. Dittel Marsh Walk
  Intern Proposed Research Presentations
D. Miller/A. Dittel Horseshoe Crab Count
B. Ullman Honor, Integrity, and Responsible Conduct of Research
E. Maurmeyer/A. Dittel Field Trip to Cape Henlopen State Park
J. Gallagher Conversations at the Edge of the Sea: The Voice of Halophytes
  Small Boat Course
A. Dittel Day Boat Trip
  Small Boat Practical
B. Ullman After BS/BA, What's Next?
D. Kirchman Communicating Results from Scientific Research, Part I
D. Kirchman Communicating Results from Scientific Research, Part II
G. Luther Deep Ocean Fixing of Carbon During the Process of Chemosynthesis
A. Marsh Life Under Antarctic Ice
G. Mueller-Parker Apply to the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, and Q&A about Other Opportunities for Graduate Student Support
F. Veron Air-Sea Interactions: Connecting the Ocean and the Atmosphere
  Final Presentations and Lunch

 

2011 Summer Intern Workshops and Seminars

Speaker

Workshop/Seminar

J. Lopez/J. Scudlark/ A. Dittel Orientation (overview of the program, computer facilities, library, safety issues)
  Luncheon with Graduate Students
B. Ullman Honor, Integrity, and Responsible Conduct of Research
  Intern Proposed Research Presentations
D. Miller/A. Dittel Marsh Walk
E. Maurmeyer/
A. Dittel
Field Trip to Cape Henlopen State Park
B. Ullman After BS/BA, What's Next?
G. Luther Deep Ocean Fixing of Carbon During the Process of Chemosynthesis
C. Sommerfield Estuaries: Where Rivers Meet the Sea
A. Dittel Day Boat Trip
D. Kirchman Communicating Results from Scientific Research, Part I
D. Kirchman Communicating Results from Scientific Research, Part II
J. Gallagher Need Fuel? Hire a Halophyte. They Multi-Task Where Others Can't.
F. Veron Air-Sea Interactions: Connecting the Ocean and the Atmosphere
  Final Presentations and Luncheon

 

 

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School of Marine Science & Policy

Advancing the understanding, stewardship, and conservation of estuarine, coastal, and ocean environments.

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Department of Geological Sciences

Discovering how geological processes have operated over various time scales to create and influence the planet’s surface environments.

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Investigating the interactions between people and the environment and the processes that explain the location of human and natural phenomena.

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