University hosted 15 students from academic institutions around the country in June as part of the Inclusive Fisheries Internship Program.

Monmouth Magazine chronicles work by a team of University researchers (including UCI Associate Director Tom Herrington) to excavate the site of a 1700s tavern that once served mariners and soldiers. Now it’s under threat from climate change.

Read observations from the event, which gathered experts from around the globe to address threats to the world's oceans.

Meet the outstanding Monmouth University students receiving scholarships for the 2022-23 school year.

Piece examines legal movement to compel governments to address disproportionate burdens borne from climate crisis.

UCI postdoctoral researcher provides update on study of offshore fish habitat distribution, abundance and quality and efforts to share data products online.
Upcoming Events
July 19 | 6 p.m.
Hosted by Bradley Beach Public Library

Endowed Professor of Marine Science Jason Adolf and students to share research on water quality at local coastal lakes and beaches.
July 21 | 6:30 p.m.
201 Edison Hall, Monmouth University
Hosted by NOAA Office of National
Marine Sanctuaries

Visit website for full details on nomination process and public comment opportunities. Also see MARCO web page for informational resources on the Hudson Canyon.
August 11 | 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Erlanger Gardens, Monmouth University
School of Science Summer Research Symposium

Fourteenth annual poster session showcasing dozens of projects completed by students.

Buy a beach towel, tee shirt or hoody with our New Jersey marine life icon and support the kinds of innovative student and faculty research initiatives covered in this newsletter!
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