Press Releases and Articles

The Center has a long history of working closely with schools and after-school programs to enhance experiences for students.

Earth Day: A “Paddle for Science”

To kick off Earth Day, Brian DuVall, CEO of the Center for Aquatic Sciences, kayaked with community leaders, scientists, educators, and philanthropists for a 3-day voyage to expose the importance of the Delaware River that runs through local suburban and urban areas. (Learn more)

Food Bank Award

The Food Bank of South Jersey awarded the Center for Aquatic Sciences with the “Shining Star Award” for recognition of our dedication to the summer meals program. We are thankful for this award and the opportunity to collaborate.

Students Get Squeamish for Science

An outreach from the Center for Aquatic Sciences walked students at F.W. Holbien Middle School through a squid dissection. (Learn more)

Merrily, Merrily: Camden Students Row Across as Part of Cleanup

Several CAUSE Interns paddled across the Delaware River to help kickoff the River Days event. (Learn more)

Hunger Fix

The Center’s CAUSE program partnered with the Food Bank of South Jersey to provide lunches to summer campers. (Learn more)


The Board of Center for Aquatic Sciences Appoints New Executive Leadership Team

The Board of Directors of the Center for Aquatic Sciences is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Nicole Gillespie as President and CEO and Ms. Barbara Kelly has Executive Vice President and COO. Click here for the full press release.

Center Announces Search for next President and CEO

The Center has announced its search for the next President and CEO. To see the full posting click here.


Center for Aquatic Sciences Announces Retirement of Brian DuVall, President and CEO

Brian DuVall announces retirement after over 30 years of leadership. For more information, click here.