Biology and Marine Biology Students in the News

Senior biology major Vernon Kennedy Jr. named a Goldwater Scholar.

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Marine Biology majors James Strange '20 and Creed Branham '20 study sharks.

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Marine Biology major Bailey Fallon '20 help in discovery of ancient sea turtle.

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Biology major and women's softball pitcher Kylie Burke spent her summer as a medical intern at Emory University

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Biology major Matthew Magee studied bees during Summer Undergraduate with Faculty Research in 2019.

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Marine Biology majors Bailey Fallon '20 and Abby Stephens do summer research on sponges in Panama.

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Biology Major Tatjana Williams '19  "is a flurry of positive vitality and enthusiasm".

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Marine Biology major Sophie Kreutz '19 wins Fulbright Scholar award.

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Biology major Adeyemi Oduwole '19 named a National Geographic Explorer

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Biology majors Victoria Bailey '19 and Ka'Dedra Andrea Creech were recent recipients of a pre-med scholarship.

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Biology major Anna Collett studies bees with Dr. Jason Vance

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Biology Major Olivia LaRussa conducts senior research on ants with Dr. Brian Scholtens

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Student Extra-Curricular Activities

Biology major Khris Kuhn '20 Collects Institutional Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year Honors

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Biology major Hayden DiBona '20 making runs on the men's cross country team

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Biology major Maddy Brill-Edwards '19 honored with the 2018-19 Colonial Athletic Association Leadership and Sport Excellence Award

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Biology major Alexia Neal runs Track and Field

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Where are They Now? Alumni Profiles

David Wilson ’08

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Luke Rein '15

Marine Biology Grad is a Cape Crusader

Iris Kemp '10 

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Grice Native Plant Garden

A former student, Sharleen Johnson, and a current student, Rebecca Balazs, of the Graduate Program in Marine Biology saw an opportunity to set up a new garden out at the Grice Marine Lab. They applied to the ECOllective Fund in the College of Charleston’s Office of Sustainability to set up a wetland garden that uses condensate from the lab’s HVAC system to supply the garden with water. Since breaking ground February 14, 2015, the native plants a have been thriving and at a recent workday (pictures below) carnivorous plants were added to the bog area of the garden. Check out the garden’s Facebook page to learn more and see more pictures of the garden!

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