Ph.D. student Hannah Aichelman was awarded the Dana Wright Fellowship for her research in understanding the response of the coral host and its symbiotic algae to climate change. This fellowship is in honor of Dana Wright (CAS ’00) who was a part of the BU Marine Program.

PhD student Hannah Aichelman presented a TED-inspired talk Virginia Sea Grant Graduate Symposium (February 2020)

Monitoring Coral Spawning beyond recreational diving limits on the Flower Garden Banks RCN for Evolution in Changing Seas (2019)

Coral Spawning in Flower Garden Banks Video Global Foundation for Ocean Exploration (2019)

‘Rapidly evolving seas in the Florida Keys RCN for Evolution in Changing Seas (2019)

Mesophotic corals: looking to the deep for a shallow reef safety net International Coral Reef Society (2018)

‘Reef Music’ concert explores underwater world through music, poetry at Morse Auditorium The Daily Free Press (2018)

Inside the search for a coral killer BU Today (2018)

Florida Keys’ corals are growing but have become more porous Science Daily (2018)

Harvey runoff menaces Texas’ coral reefs Science Daily (2017)

Former UNC Marine Sciences Post-Doc publishes paper on corals in the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary UNC Marine Sciences (2017)

Scientist of the Month Dr. Sarah Davies UNdertheC Blog (2015)

A tale of two corals: genetic relationships of coral reefs in Micronesia SICB Students

Sarah Davies étudie les gènes des coraux La Dépêche de Tahiti (2013)

Fluorescent Color of Coral Larvae Predicts Whether They’ll Settle Or Swim UT News (2011)