Students to Present Thesis Work
On Friday, May 8th and Friday, June 5th, students in the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs will offer their findings in their final thesis presentations. Students have been conducting their research for over a year under the guidance of their faculty advisor, as well as other faculty members and industry professionals.
Hayes receives 2020 Best Dissertation Honorable Mention from Public Management Research Association
Congratulations to SMEA Postdoctoral Scholar Adam Hayes for receiving the 2020 Best Dissertation Honorable Mention from the Public Management Research Association.
Latest SMEA Publications
Check out these recent publications from SMEA faculty, staff and alumni!
A halo of reduced dinoflagellate abundances in and around eelgrass beds was published by SMEA staff member Emily Jacobs-Palmer, alumna Kelly Cribari, Associate Professor Ryan Kelly, and colleagues in collaboration with the Washington Department of Natural Resources.