Art Professor presents work in Durban, South Africa: Thomas Asmuth, Associate Professor of Digital Media, will be presenting a workshop and art installation at the 2018 International Symposium on Electronic Art (Wednesday, June 20 - Saturday, June 30).
The project, "Turbidity Paintings: Water Testing at the uMngeni River," is a study of the estuary which passes through the coastal city of Durban, South Africa.
This work is part of Asmuth's three-year investigation of coastal waterways with collaborators in biological science: Dr. Lisa Waidner (UWF) and Dr. Alexis Janosik (UWF); and bio-artist Sara Gevurtz (Hastings College).
Janosik to antarctica nov-dec 2017!!!
Alexis left us a month after our October 2013 cruise, to head to the 'real' Deep South to start working on a project with potentially large impacts on our understanding of climate change, microplastics pollution, and consequences of those on epigenetics of marine benthos, Stay tuned and check out the updated ICEBERGS
the Janosik Sea Ice blog
and the November 9, 2017 WUWF article by Richard Conn: UWF Researcher Heads To Antarctica
he Art side of the STEAM team's work was put on display at the UWF art gallery:
Also, check out our OCTOBER "17 cruise update!
The Office of Undergraduate Research is pleased to announce that your project proposal titled Proteorhodopsin (pR) Bacteria Abundance in the Pensacola Bay System, has been FUNDED.
10/19/17 email from the University West Florida Office of Undergraduate Research
We will be adding proteorhodopsin analyses in the list of qPCRs to be done for the STEAMing the River to the Gulf, due to Carrie's hard work in preparing for and writing this proposal.
CONGRATS CARRIE - GREAT JOB!!!!!
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