Want a more in depth picture of what goes on at Hatfield Marine Science Center? Check out these blogs by interns and employees on the campus! 

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Keep up with daily news on the HMSC campus and beyond from HMSC's blog, Currents. This new electronic newsletter will have all the same features as the former print version... new staff, Hatfield Happenings and more! Check back often, or subscribe. To contribute, email maryann.bozza@oregonstate.edu 

Read more here. 





Check out what some of the COSEE (Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence) Pacific Partnerships PRIME (Promoting Research Investigations in the Marine Environment) Interns are doing here on campus! Learn more about all of their experiences here.

You'll meet...

Katyln Haven and Ella Deck, working with Dr. Waldo Wakefield and Matt Yergey on their juvenile flatfish research project to determine the effects of hypoxic events on juvenile flatfish populations.

Natalie Coleman who is working with Dr. Brett Dumbauld, a scientist with the US Department of Agriculture researching the effect of two species of burrowing shrimp on the oyster aquaculture in the Pacific Northwest.

Luc P. Frauens, working for the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife on their shellfish project.

... and many more!




fishCheck out the Oregon Beachcomber Blog by Sheanna Steingass, a science blog that examines what washes ashore in the Pacific Northwest. This exciting blog includes the latest news, as well as tidbits in oceanography, biology, and marine science. Your one-stop source for information and news on debris from the 2011 Tohoku tsunami in Japan. 





WPVThis OSU aquatic veterinarian is the good doctor for fish in captivity. Meet the Wet Pet Vet, Dr. Tim Miller-Morgan!

Read his blog.





Oregon Sea Grant‘s Free-Choice Learning Lab, housed at Oregon State University‘s Hatfield Marine Science Center, employs cutting-edge research tools and technologies to study informal science learning. We put our knowledge into practice in the form of new and improved exhibits in the Hatfield Marine Science Center Visitor Center. Read their blog here.