Jacqueline (Jack) McSweeney, Assistant Professor
Jack earned her PhD in Physical Oceanography from Rutgers University in 2017. She completed postdocs at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Oregon State University before joining the faculty at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stony Brook University in 2022. Beyond her research and teaching activities, Jack is an active advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion within academia. Outside of work, she enjoys family adventures, hiking, kayaking, and chasing after her energetic toddler!
Nimal de Lanerolle, Masters student
Nimal joined the lab in Fall 2022. He is interested in physical oceanography as it relates to near shore and coastal regions. His research project focuses on salinity variability in Great South Bay. Nimal is a returning student, with a background in engineering and mathematics.
Lang (Maggie) Ming, undergraduate researcher
Maggie graduated in 2022 from Stony Brook with a B.S. in Marine Science. She did a summer internship in the McSweeney lab and plans to stay on as a researcher for an additional year, as she applies for graduate programs in ocean engineering. Outside school and research, she enjoys outdoor activities and traveling!