MAST Asst. Professor Kroum Batchvarov is involved with one of the largest maritime archaeology projects ever undertaken since the emergence of maritime archaeology in the 1960s. UConn is the only non-European institution invited as co-PI on this project.
Please join us for an extraordinary exhibition of great importance to all:
“Water, Water Everywhere
Paean to a Vanishing Resource”
“Water is the world’s most crucial resource and the basis for all earthly life. Its preservation and protection may be our greatest environmental challenge. The global water crisis affects everyone, from those lacking enough to those experiencing uncontrollable floods that wipe away homes and land and wildlife.
Water, Water Everywhere is comprised of 30 second to 30 minute films from forty-one artists worldwide exploring water issues from the political to the personal and from ethics to
aesthetics, with works that are documentary, experimental, educational, humorous, solemn, animated or acted.”
(Jennifer Heath, curator)
In harmony with this theme the exhibition will include 2 and 3 dimensional work by regional artists.
(curated by Julia Pavone & David Madacsi)
Friday, September 11th, 2015
06:00 PM – 08:00 PM
Avery Point Campus
AvS Gallery, Branford House
THATCamp Maritime will be meeting in Groton, CT at the beautiful, historic mansion of Morton Plant at the University of Connecticut / Avery Point.
Please mark your calendars for 4-5 March 2016.
The “build” stage of the camp will construct several “special interest trails” focused on Maritime Connecticut. These trails will highlight the rich educational and heritage features found Connecticut as well as a tie into the State’s current-day maritime industries. These trails might feature educational institutions, outdoor museums, lighthouse museums, military bases and memorials, historic and modern-day ferries, and similar attractions.
Alyssa was featured among feature among 11 students alongside 2,700 Class of 2015 graduates!
Professor Trumbull spoke at the World Russia Forum in Washington, DC, on March 25, 2015 about the results of the U.S. State Dept.-funded “Best Practices of Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants” online course. The Millstone Nuclear Power Plant in Waterford lies within 8 miles of the Avery Point campus.
New students to Avery Point are invited to campus on Saturday, April 28, 2014.
The UConn Maritime Studies program is pleased to announce two MAST-sponsored competitive internship programs for Summer 2015.
The internship programs are the 1) UConn Maritime Studies-Mystic Seaport Summer Internship and
the 2) UConn Maritime Studies “Tall Ship” Summer Internship.
Applications will be available on the MAST bulletin board in the Academic Building. Please note the March 13, 2015 deadline for each internship program.
An interview with Professor Rozwadowski has just been published on the blog of a Brazilian history of science journal, whose recent special issue is devoted to marine science.