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Pre-college Ocean Discovery and Science Program (PODS) in The Bahamas

By Katrina Munsterman Earlier this month, I led a 4-day field course for Bahamian high school students to learn how to ask scientific questions, design an experiment, collect field data, and analyze and present their findings. The course was held […]

Weathering the storm

By Katrina Munsterman I am thrilled to finally get started on a social-ecological study aimed to documentways in which people involved in fisheries in The Bahamas respond to multiple shocks,namely a category 5 hurricane and the Covid-19 pandemic. Hurricane Dorian, […]

Biological Sciences Building home of architectural marvel

by Emily Laub, University of Michigan Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Graduate Student The Biological Sciences Building is home to many fantastic exhibits of mammoth proportions, including a soaring Quetzalcoatlus and a 45 ft long Basilosaurus skeleton vaulted from the ceiling. […]

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