Proposed survey for oil could harm ocean life: Dr. Quincy Gibson, assistant professor of coastal behavior, talked to First Coast News about a proposed offshore study that has many questioning whether it's safe for marine life. Watch the video here.
Student engineering team reaches for the stars: Mechanical engineering students Chelsea Partridge, a junior, and Jimmy Beeler, a senior, are among a team of engineering students that were selected by NASA to fly aboard the agency's G Force One aircraft to conduct experiments. The duo discussed their upcoming NASA experience on "UNF On The Record" radio show. Listen to the full interview here.
Trending television series: Linda Howell, senior English instructor, spoke with "First Coast Living" about popular TV series and ones viewers should check out. The interview begins at the 1:40-minute mark. Watch the segment here.
Great white swimming towards Europe: Dr. Jim Gelsleicther, shark program director, told First Coast News that scientists are questioning great white shark movements based on Lydia's trek to Europe. Click here to watch.
Potential impact of sanctions against Russia: Nancy Soderberg, Distinguished Visiting Scholar in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, told WOKV News Radio that if Congress decides to impose tough economic sanctions against Russia, it would be a significant step. Click here to listen.
Biologist back from Antarctica: Dr. Julie Richmond, assistant professor of biology, recently made an exciting trip to Antarctica for an experience of a lifetime. Watch the video here.
St. Johns River transformational learning opportunity: Seven UNF students will have a spring break consumed with sunshine, boating and experimentation. The students will be taking part in the eighth annual St. Johns River transformational learning opportunity. Read the full story here.
Relationships in the digital age: Noelle Pomeroy, clinical sexologist and licensed mental health Counselor at UNF's Counseling Center, discussed how technology is becoming a barrier to true intimacy among couples on WJCT Public Radio's "First Coast Connect." The interview starts at the 45-minute mark. Listen to the recording here.
Take-at-home DNA tests grow in popularity: Dr. Matthew Gilg, associate professor of biology, told First Coast News that these DNA tests don't tell who your ancestors were but does give you an idea of the populations that contributed to your genome. Watch the segment here.
Basketball and big data: Dr. Jay Coleman, management professor, discussed his NCAA Tournament Dance Card method for selecting the teams that will be invited to the "big dance" with Network World. Read the full story here.
Florida legislative session underway: Dr. Matthew Corrigan, chair of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, discussed issues up for consideration in Tallahassee this year on WJCT Public Radio's "First Coast Connect." Click here to listen.
Online behavior can make you a victim: Dr. Tracy Alloway, assistant professor of psychology, told WJXT Ch. 4 that risky behaviors can make people more vulnerable to online scams. Click here to watch.
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