Rebecca Asch

Process versus products: The role of creativity in the working lives of scientists

By Rebecca G. Asch, Senior Nereus Fellow, Princeton University

My mother is an abstract expressionist painter who creates art using oil paints, acrylics, watercolors, and pen and ink. My father has a Masters degree in physics and spent most of his career working as a software engineer. As a result, I have born witness to many conversations about the intersection between art and science throughout my life.

Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016

Nereus Program researchers will be attending the Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016, in New Orleans, Louisiana. The theme for the 2016 meeting is: Ocean Sciences at the Interface. The 2016 Ocean…

Rebecca Asch gives lecture on climate change and seasonality in the oceans

Climate change is resulting in the earlier arrival of spring conditions in many ecosystems around the world. Rebecca Asch, Nereus Fellow (Princeton), gave a lecture at Wellesley College, USA, on November 13 entitled “Climate Change and Seasonality in the Oceans: How will Changing Seasonal Cycles Affect Marine Food Webs?” This was an invited talk sponsored by the Department of Biological Sciences.

Nereus in the News – Friday, September 11

“Climate Change Shifting Fish Reproduction Timing In Southern California Current”, published in FishSens magazine, highlights a study by Rebecca Asch, Nereus Fellow at Princeton University, on the effects of climate change and natural variability on fish reproduction.