Hannah’s Research Featured on GSA

The Geological Society of America (GSA) interviewed Hannah to learn more about the research she presented at their annual conference! Check out their press release: “Incorporating Traditional Management Techniques to Combat Effects of Ocean Acidification.”

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Tessa and Hannah Present at GSA

Congratulations to Tessa and Hannah, who both gave excellent presentations at this year’s Geological Society of America (GSA) conference. There was lots of good questions and feedback from the audience. This was the first time that Dr. Gold got to watch his students present at a national conference, and he couldn’t be prouder of them!

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Tessa passes her QE!

Congratulations to Tessa for passing her qualifying exam! It’s an ambitious project combining the rock fieldwork and molecular biology. We can’t wait to see what comes out of it.

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Face to Face with Chancellor May

Dr. Gold was this month’s guest on Face to Face With Chancellor May. A big thank you to the Chancellor for inviting me on. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about the work being done in the lab, and I even got to ask the Chancellor a few questions about . You can watch it here.

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Tessa Joins the CIDER Summer Program

Congratulations to Tessa for being accepted into the CIDER summer program!  This four-week intensive course will take place at UC Berkeley, with a focus on the physical and chemical conditions that allowed life to gain a foothold on Earth. You can learn more about the program here.

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Paóla’s White Coat Ceremony

Our ex-lab tech Paóla received her “white coat” from UC San Francisco today! This ceremony inducts each new class of dental students. Paóla’s ceremony comes a year late because of the pandemic, but it was worth the wait. Congratulations Paóla!

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Award: Sea Grant Fellowship for Hannah

Congratulations to Hannah for receiving a California Sea Grant Graduate Research Fellowship! This prestigious NOAA-funded program covers two years of work for her project “Applying Indigenous Knowledge and Genetic Data to Evaluate Clam Garden Restoration Potential in Northern California.”

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