Student Researcher at University of Rhode Island
Robert Krulee is a rising senior at the University of Rhode Island graduating in the fall of 2016. His campus involvement is focused around the Rho Iota chapter of Zeta Beta Tau. He has held both chair and executive positions during his time as an active brother. He has focused his study of discipline around marine biology, biological sciences, and oceanography. Robert is a student in the College of Environmental and Life Sciences pursuing a degree in marine biology within the Honors Program. Over his course in the biological sciences Robert has explored research opportunities in concentrated areas of study; for example, the effects of ocean acidification on calcium carbonate shell forming species, the effects of macro algal blooms in Narragansett bay, and a summer opportunity this year to research winter flounder population dynamics. He is planning on pursuing a graduate level degree in a researched based biological science discipline in the near future.
- Marine Biology | University of Rhode Island