E&E News features work of PhD DE Students in "No one likes ‘managed retreat.’ So it’s getting rebranded" Wendy Bragg, Sara Gonzalez, Ando Rabearisoa, and Amanda Stoltz, each Designated Emphasis students in the Coastal Science & Policy Program recently published "Communicating Managed Retreat in California," which shares findings from work with the City of [...]
By Allison Arteaga Soergel (featured on UCSC's News Center) The Blue Pioneers Program (BPP) Accelerator recently announced its 2021 cohort of international ocean conservation professionals who will visit UC Santa Cruz’s Coastal Science Campus as part of an eight-week leadership development training program taking place over a span of five months. The BPP Accelerator, hosted by [...]
Alumni Tom Collinson supports COP 26 Special Session on Bottom Trawling Title: Bottom trawling and a zero-carbon future: what needs to change? When: Monday 8th November 2021 14:00-15:30 Glasgow | 17:00- 18:30 Antananarivo | 21:00 – 22:30 Jakarta | 09:00 – 10:30 New York Meet the panel: Jenny Crockett – Community of Arran Seabed [...]
Jamal Galves, Class of 2023, Receives 2021 Wildlife Conservation Society Scholarship and Champions Manatee Conservation in Belize Read more about Jamal and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Conservation Leaders Scholarship here. Jamal is one of a handful of rising leaders to receive a leaders scholarship. The Scholarship will help Jamal continue his work in [...]
Kelp Innovation: Andrea Paz-Lacavex's Capstone & Capstone Partner Featured Andrea Paz-Lacavex is passionate about restoring kelp ecosystems because they benefit not only the species that live on and around kelp but also for their important contributions to local livelihoods and wellbeing. As a graduate student, Andrea is working with a team of researchers in [...]
Tim Scully, Inaugural Repass-Rodgers Fellow Featured in CalMatters As a Repass-Rodgers Salmon Restoration Policy Fellow, Tim Scully is completing his capstone with the Golden State Salmon Assosication. He recently prepared a guest commentary in CalMatters sharing initial conclusions from the first months of his capstone. Tim's work focuses on salmon hatcheries in the central [...]
Naseeba Sidat, Class of 2023, Receives 2021 Wildlife Conservation Society Fellowship Naseeba received a 2021 Beinecke Graduate Scholarships to pursue her degree in Coastal Science and Policy. The Beinecke African Scholarship Program was established in 1996 in cooperation with the Wildlife Conservation Society. The program was established to enable African students to pursue graduate [...]
Rafid Shidqi, Class of 2021, Receives 2021 Marsh Award for Early Career Conservation Read more about Rafid and the Marsh Award here.
Diana Fu, 2020 Cohort Member, Receives 2021 Switzer Fellowship Read more about Diana and the Switzer fellowship here. Diana is one of twenty new fellows who are joining the Switzer Fellowship Network this year. The network includes almost 700 Switzer Fellows located across the country and around the world.
Final Coastal Science & Policy Program Capstone Presentations 2021 Presentations On June 8th, 2021 the Coastal Science and Policy Program hosted our year-end capstone presentations. Each graduating masters student presented for approximately 20 minutes on their capstone project. To watch each presentation, please click on the icons below. [...]