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Dr. Keith Johnson was awarded a Maryland Sea Grant this summer.  This grant will allow him to purchase an in-situ Aqua TROLL 600 Multiparameter Sonde in support of his oyster restoration research.  This device will allow him and his research students to look at abiotic conditions at the national aquarium and several reefball sites. The instrument reads dissolved oxygen, salinity, temperature, turbidity, among other things that are important to oyster growth and survival. Dr Johnson will use that data to compare to the oysters that are growing at the various sites.  Congratulations, Dr. Johnson!

 Stevenson University is a partner school in the Collaborative Teaching Fellows Program. ...

  Matt Tucker has been part of Stevenson University for several years but, this year, is joining the biology department this year as a full-time visiting assistant professor. ...Click here to read more.

This summer Dr. Mark Norris presented at the Science & Management of Ash Forests Workshop in Duluth, MN. ...Click here to read more.

Biology alumni Bobby Jackson and Matt Smoot (above, right) are back at Stevenson this summer training in Project Lead the Way (PLTW) curriculum. ...Click here to read more.

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