Dr. Clare Reimers named TOS Fellow!

Congratulations to Clare on being named a fellow of The Oceanography Society!

“The colleagues, who submitted her nomination, particularly noted her groundbreaking research using oxygen, pH and pCO2¬†microelectrodes in situ to study sediment geochemistry and microbiology toward a better understanding of redox and carbon dynamics in sediments. They further noted that her work has led to significant new information about benthic fluxes within the global carbon cycle and to seafloor energy harvesting approaches using benthic microbial fuel cells. Together, the impacts of her work have profoundly changed our thinking in marine geology, chemistry and biology including microbiology. Additionally, the nominators noted her dedication to training the next generation of ocean scientists, including the UNOLS-chief scientist training cruises for early career scientists she organized.” – The Oceanography Society

Dr. Clare Reimers awarded 2019 OSU Distinguished Professor Award!

Today, Clare was awarded one of this year’s Oregon State University Distinguished Professor Awards! Clare, along with endowed professors and other Distinguished Professor Awardees, was honored by the university community throughout the day.

Congrats, Clare!!

Lab photo from the 2019 Recognizing Excellence dinnerPictured from left to right: Adrienne Chan, Kristen Fogaren, Clare Reimers, Waldo Wakefield, Yvan Alleau, Peter Chace

UPDATE: Below is a link to a video that provides a short biography about Clare

Faculty Excellence 2019 | Clare Reimers from OSU Foundation on Vimeo.