Friday, September 25, 2015 @ 2:30PM EST
"State of the Center" Address given by Dr. Michael Abazinge, NOAA-ECSC Director Dr. Abazinge will discuss upcoming events as well as pertinent items for the semester. This webinar is addressed to all six instituations (UTRGV, TAMUCC, JSU, DSU, Creighton and FAMU). Attendance is encouraged.
Adobe Connect: Webcast to be posted!
LaTrisha Allen's Dissertation Defense
Title: Spatiotemporal patterns in biomarkers of PAh exposure in livers and bile of fish from the nortern Gulf of Mexico after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Adobe Connect Webcast Recording: https://ecsc.adobeconnect.com/p46p72kr0r9/
The ECSC has really changed my life by allowing me to reach further toward my career goals as a marine scientist. The center has given me opportunities that I would not find elsewhere, such as receiving personal training from NOAA scientists in their facilities and collaborating with scientists at the top of their fields. I feel that the center is giving me the tools and knowledge to go forth and soon become an effective leader in the fight to saving our environment.
As an ECSC scholar I have had the amazing opportunity to develop my scientific skill set in collaboration with NOAA scientists. I know that the training and support that I have received as an ECSC student will greatly prepare me for future scientific problems I may encounter. I am thankful that the ECSC has provided me with the oppurtunity and experience needed to be successful in any scientific career.