In this file photo, University of South Carolina Beaufort assistant professor Eric Montie listens to the sounds of the May River in Bluffton. Montie was named a 2013 Breakthrough Star by the University of South Carolina.
In this file photo, University of South Carolina Beaufort assistant professor Eric Montie listens to the sounds of the May River in Bluffton. Montie was named a 2013 Breakthrough Star by the University of South Carolina.
In this file photo, University of South Carolina Beaufort assistant professor Eric Montie listens to the sounds of the May River in Bluffton. Montie was named a 2013 Breakthrough Star by the University of South Carolina.

USCB professor named 'Breakthrough Star' for his coastal research

March 29, 2013 11:05 AM

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