Welcome SMEA Alumni!

Get Involved

Professor Terrie Klinger with SMEA alums at the 17th annual Marine Resources Committee Conference.

You play an important role in our program through many contributions; serving on thesis committees and career panels, partnering on research projects, giving guest lectures, and providing financial support just to name a few!

Your involvement enables SMEA to engage in activities that enrich our program, and your generosity allows us to enhance our endowment funds that provide scholarships for our students and assistance with program support.

Thank you for all you do!

Stay Connected

Alumni from the Institute for Marine Studies (IMS) and School of Marine Affairs (SMA), now the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, coming together on behalf of The Puget Sound Nearshore Ecosystem Restoration Project (PSNERP) in Washington D.C.

We love hearing from our alumni! For those of you who would like to share news from your professional or personal life with the SMEA community, you can complete an alumni update. We share updates via the SMEA website under Alumni News to help alums stay connected to our program and each other.

SMEA’s News page offers the latest news on students, faculty and alumni throughout the year.

Currents is a blog run by SMEA students and includes original articles about research findings and ongoing project work, the student experience, and topics related to marine and environmental affairs.

Follow along with the latest SMEA news on social media—we’re on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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