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Arya, D.J., Muller, A., Cano, J., Hyun, F., Rice, M.M., Christman, D. Undergraduate service learning as a context for exploring the ‘Institutional Void’ of higher education. Pursuit of Liberation: Critical Service-Learning as Capacity Building for Historicized, Humanizing, and Embodied Action: Vol. 17. Advances in Service-Learning Research. Information Age Publishing.


Ovid, D., Rice, M.M., Luna, J.V.*, Tabayoyong, K.*, Lajevardi, P., and K.D. Tanner.  Investigating Student Perceptions of Instructor Talk: Alignment with Researchers’ Categorizations and Analysis of Remembered Language. CBE-Life Sciences Education 


Muller, A., Christman, D., Rice, M.M., Soto-Apolinar, F.*, Hirsch, S., and D. Arya. Undergraduate motivations for participating in afterschool programs: a case study of the STEMinist Program. After School Matters

Rice, M.M., Baldwin, D.G.*, Fischer, J.N.*., Fuchs, C., and D.E. Burkepile. Complex interactions with nutrients and sediment alter the effects of predation on a reef-building coral. Marine Ecology



Rice, M.M., Maher, R.L, Correa, A.M.S., Burkepile, D.E., Moeller, H.V., Lemoine, N.P., Shantz, A.A., and N.J. Silbiger. Macroborer presence on corals increases with nutrient input and promotes parrotfish bioerosion. Coral Reefs

doi: 10.1007/s00338-020-01904-y

Donovan, M.K., Adam, T.C., Shantz, A.A., Speare, K.E., Munsterman, K.S., Rice, M.M., Schmitt, R.J., Holbrook, S.J., and D.E. Burkepile. Nitrogen pollution interacts with heat stress to increase coral bleaching across the seascape. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

doi: 10.1073/pnas.1915395117


Rice, M.M., Ezzat, L. and D.E. Burkepile. Corallivory in the Anthropocene: Interactive effects of anthropogenic stressors and corallivory on coral reefs. Frontiers in Marine Science, Coral Reef Research Special Addition – Coral Reefs in the Anthropocene

doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00525


Rice, M.M. and Maher, R.L., Thurber, R.V., and D.E. Burkepile. Different nitrogen sources speed recovery from corallivory and uniquely alter the microbiome of a reef-building coral. PeerJ

doi: 10.7717/peerj.8056

Maher, R.L., McMinds, R., Rice, M.M., Burkepile, D.E., and Thurber, R.V. Multiple stressors interact primarily through antagonism to drive ecological, functional, and phylogenetic microbiome changes. Scientific Reports

doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-43274-8

Burkepile, D.E., Shantz, A., Adam, T., Munsterman, K., Speare, K., Ladd, M., Rice, M.M., McIlroy, S., Brooks, A., Schmitt, R., and S. Holbrook. Nitrogen source drives differential impacts of nutrients on coral bleaching prevalence, duration, and mortality. Ecosystems

doi: 10.1007/s10021-019-00433-2

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