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Suzanne Gray

  1. Gray poses with Ugandan field assistant Kiberu Mutebi and Tiffany Atkinson while sampling for the fish they call “Bluelips” in Ndyabusole, Uganda (2016). (Photo: Courtesy of Gray.)

    CFAES Who We Are: 10 Questions with Suzanne Gray

    Jun 27, 2018

    In the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Who We Are story, Kurt Knebusch interviews and features Suzanne Gray, an assistant professor in CFAES's School of Environment and Natural Resources, who talks about water, fish and her recent big honor for teaching.

  2. Suzanne Gray with school children from Lake Nabugabo, Uganda.

    Children and Water Quality: Learning, Improving in Ohio and Uganda

    May 26, 2016

    Fundraiser underway to help boost educational effort; ends May 31.  A fundraiser at to support a creative educational effort that links elementary school students in Ohio and the East African nation of Uganda as they learn more about issues impacting water resources in their communities is underway.  “Water Across the World” is a project led by Suzanne Gray, assistant professor of aquatic physiological ecology in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University. It involves students from Muskingum County, Ohio, and Lake Nabugabo, Uganda.  “For the past few years, we have been trying to foster communication between the two groups of students about the similarities and differences in water quality issues each group faces,” said Gray, who studies how freshwater fish respond to environmental change and who has conducted research in Uganda since 2010.
  3. Honors Student Soaking Up all School has to Offer

    Oct 26, 2015

    Tiffany Atkinson, a senior honor’s student majoring in Environmental Science in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) is soaking up all she can as an undergraduate researcher in the school.  Atkinson, who is specializing in water science, spent four weeks in Uganda this past summer conducting research at the Lake Nabugabo Research Station where she studied piscivorous birds (specifically multiple species of African Kingfishers) and whether they tend to hunt for fish in more clear or turbid (i.e. muddy) waters.  

  4. Environmental Monitor features research on African cichlids

    Aug 24, 2015

    Research conducted by SENR faculty member Suzanne Gray is featured in a recent article, “Uganda Sampling, Lab Analysis Help Ohio State Scientists Study African Cichlids” in The Environmental Monitor. Dr. Gray and researchers in her lab are examining how freshwater fish cope with globally important environmental stressors, including low dissolved oxygen, increasing temperature and increasing turbidity.