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News & Announcements


  • Kaho Tisthammer, PhD Graduate
  • Mackenzie Gerringer, PhD Graduate (L to R: Brian Popp, Anna Neuheimer, Craig Smith, Mackenzie Gerringer, Jeff Drazen, Allen Andrews)
  • Shreya Yadav (PhD, 2016 cohort). Bokaifushi, Maldives

Upcoming Events & Seminars


PBRC Seminar

Megan Porter, Dept of Biology

An Evolutionary Perspective on Vision, Color Signals, and Agression in Stomatopod Crustaceans


Abstract: Stomatopod crustaceans have the most complex visual systems described in animals and display species-specific color signals used in aggressive interactions; yet very little is known about the evolution or function of these interacting systems among species. To understand the drivers of diversity in stomatopods we are investigating the evolution of vision, color, and aggressive behaviors.

Hanauma Bay Educational Lecture Series

Kalani Quiocho, Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, NOAA

Papahānaumokuākea: Taking Care of the Kūpuna Islands

2017 SOEST Open House

The SOEST Open House presents a diverse array of entertaining and educational hands-on activities and demonstrations, which highlight the research conducted by our faculty, students, and staff. Visit the SOEST Open House website for more information about exhibits that will be offered!

2017 SOEST Open House Website

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