The ocean absorbs more carbon dioxide than it releases back into the atmosphere. Researchers say that will turn the water acidic someday. The NSF has awarded SoMAS more than $400,000 to study that process.
SoMAS has been awarded $434,000 by the NSF to advance research that will help scientists understand the global carbon cycle in the ocean and the Department of Chemistry in the a CAREER award totaling $675,000 over five years to develop new catalysts to construct chiral functional models.
The Office of Veterans Affairs hosted an induction ceremony for SALUTE, the first national academic honor society established for student veterans. SALUTE is an acronym that stands for Service, Academics, Leadership, Unity, Tribute and Excellence, which are the foundation blocks and core values of this honor society."
Gallya Lahav specializes in comparative political behavior, with particular interests in the politics of: Europe, immigration and refugees, the extreme-right, public opinion, and international security. She has been a consultant to the United Nations Population Division about international migration, and an expert witness to the US Special Operations Forces, European Parliament, Israel Population and Immigration Bureau and Authority and the Canadian Air Transport Safety Association.