Marine science majors Kara Murphy and Cecelia Rudo will apply the monetary awards to their projects focused on engaging the community in ocean conservation.
Free to the public, it is the world’s only off-shore, scientifically surveyed and maintained, virtual observatory system.
The sessions are for UH students, staff, faculty and members of the community-at-large who are interested in exploring sustainability issues with experts from the UH campuses and local community.
Students only, upcoming clinic: Friday, October 1, Noon – 4:00 p.m., University Classroom Building, room 127.
Kit Neikirk’s research focuses on recording and analyzing the changes to mitochondria in relation to knock down of genes. He is currently on exchange studying abroad in Scotland, his first stop this academic year while continuing his studies in Europe.