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Alumni

Jill Arriola

Jill Arriola

2019 Ph.D. in Marine Sciences: University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
B.S. in Earth, Environmental, and Ocean Sciences: University of Massachusetts-Boston
Jaye Cable

Geochronology and biogeochemistry of salt marsh sediments


Taylor Asher

Taylor Asher

2022 PhD Marine Sciences, UNC Chapel Hill
Rick Luettich

Hydrodynamics and statistical/physical flood hazards


Malcolm Barnard

Malcolm Barnard

2022 M.Sc. Marine Sciences, UNC Chapel Hill 2017 B.Sc. Ecology, University of Georgia
Hans Paerl

CyanoHAB dynamics, limnetic phycology, and ecotoxicology


Martin Benavides

Martin Benavides

2020 PhD Marine Science, UNC Chapel Hill; M.S.T., Pace University; M.S., Stony Brook University; B.S., University of North Carolina Wilmington;
Joel Fodrie

Coastal shark ecology, what controls the distribution and movement of sharks in the nearshore environment


Molly Bost

Molly Bost

2022 PhD Marine Sciences, UNC Chapel Hill
2016 MS Marine Sciences, UNC Chapel Hill
2013 BS Environmental Science, UNC Chapel Hill
Antonio B. Rodriguez

Studying the processes (modern, historical, and ancient) that shape the coast.


Jessica Boulton

Jessica Boulton

2021 M.S. in Marine Science from UNC-Chapel Hill
B.S. in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Scott Gifford

Marine microbiology and ecological transcriptomics


Michelle Brodeur

Michelle Brodeur

2016, PhD marine Science, UNC Chapel Hill BS, University of Maine
Joel Fodrie

Oyster reef ecology


Chelsea Brown

Chelsea Brown

2019 BA Environmental Studies, UNC Chapel Hill


Maitê Bucher

Maitê Bucher

2020 Post-Doc Castillo Lab, UNC Chapel Hill
PhD University of Georgia Department of Environmental Health Sciences Department
B.S. in Environmental Science and minors in Marine Science & Biology, UNC Chapel Hill
Co-advised by Drs. Karl Castillo (UNC) & Verena Shoepf (University of Amsterdam)

Coral ecophysiology, coral microbiomes and bacterial communities, abiotic stress tolerance, science communication, increasing underrepresented groups in biology


Rachel Canty

Rachel Canty

2019, MS Marine Sciences, UNC Chapel Hill
Rachel Noble

Coastal microbial ecology