Coveted Class: Marine Biology, MARN 3014

Seniors Jessica Hinckley, left, and Mia Dupuis with instructor Tracy Romano at Mystic Aquarium’s ray touch pool, tracking how ray movement differs when guests are not in the exhibit. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)
Seniors Jessica Hinckley, left, and Mia Dupuis with instructor Tracy Romano at Mystic Aquarium’s ray touch pool, tracking how ray movement differs when guests are not in the exhibit. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

One of the payoffs of the partnership that UConn Avery Point has with Mystic Aquarium and its Sea Research Foundation is courses that give students an opportunity to learn firsthand about potential jobs in the marine sciences and to conduct research at the famous aquarium. MARN 3014 is one of those classes.

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