Join SMEA for Job Candidate Talks

From November 20 through December 2, 2019 the School of Marine & Environmental Affairs (SMEA) will host candidates for the positions of Assistant Professor of Marine & Environmental Affairs and Associate Professor of Marine & Environmental Affairs. Please join SMEA as candidates present their research. Talks will take place on the following dates:

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR CANDIDATES

Candidate 1 – Wednesday, November 20, 11:30 am, Fishery Sciences Building, FSH 108

Talk title “Network governance and the issue of social-ecological scale mismatch for estuary watershed restoration”

Click here to access assistant professor candidate 1’s evaluation

Candidate 2 – Thursday, November 21, 12:00 pm, Ocean Sciences Building, OCN 425

Talk title “Sorting Over Flood Risk and Implications for Policy Reform”

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Candidate 3 – Friday, November 22, 12:00 pm, Ocean Sciences Building, OCN 425

Talk title “When it smells, it pays!’: How local science responded to environmental crisis in a global economy”

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Candidate 4 – Wednesday, November 27, 11:30 am  Fishery Sciences Building, FSH 108

Talk title “Designing spatially explicit property rights for moving fish”

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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CANDIDATES

Candidate 1 – Monday, November 25, 12:00 pm, Fishery Sciences Building, FSH 108

Talk title “States, Seafood, Science and the Making of Fisheries Governance”

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Candidate 2 – Tuesday, November 26, 12:00 pm, Fishery Sciences Building, FSH 108

Talk title “Rebuilding fisheries and ecosystems”

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Candidate 3 – Monday, December 2, 12:00 pm, Fishery Sciences Building, FSH 108

Talk title “Bridging knowledge systems to understand change and resilience in coastal fisheries”

Click here to access associate professor candidate 3’s evaluation

For more information, contact Jackie Chapman, jachap@uw.edu