We are searching for an organized, people-centric professional excited for a dynamic role as Conservation Programs Coordinatorproviding essential support for three ongoing UCSC programs; the UCSC Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program (DDCSP), the Center to Advance Mentored, Inquiry-based Opportunities (CAMINO), and the Coastal Science and Policy Program The person in this role will [...]
OPPORTUNITY: Repass-Rodgers Fellowship on California Salmon Restoration Policy (for CSP 2020 M.S. Cohort)
Credit: (top) CDFW photo by Andrew Hughan (bottom) USFWS by Dan Cox Repass-Rodgers Fellowship on California Salmon Restoration Policy M.S. in Coastal Science and Policy, University of California, Santa Cruz www.csp.ucsc.edu Applications due Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 8:59pm PST For Fall 2020 entering graduate class The [...]
Bringing together practitioners and students from MARINE in a two-day workshop on Marine Planning Hosted by MARINE, UCSC Coastal Science and Policy, Duke Environment, and Fletcher Coastal Consulting. Special session on conflict resolution from the Consensus Building Institute.
We’re looking for the next generation of coastal science and policy leaders. The new Coastal Science & Policy Program (CSP) at UC Santa Cruz is now accepting applications for its third cohort. CSP trains future leaders to advance the sustainable use of coastal resources and conservation of coastal biodiversity, ecosystems, socio-economic integrity, and ecological services. [...]
Tackling Global Challenges with Innovative Science, an evening with The Nature Conservancy Chief Scientist, Dr. Hugh Possingham Join us to hear Dr. Hugh Possingham discuss the innovative science and conservation mechanisms used by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) around the globe. TNC’s leadership in conservation includes the science behind: Valuing natural infrastructure Choosing the best [...]
CSP BLOG: Weaving Regenerative Webs on Working Landscapes in Coastal California Check out Mali'o Kodis' blog from September 11, 2019 UC Santa Cruz sits at the interface of the land and sea, where dense human populations interact with diverse ecosystems. This blogs features the research and engagement of students and faculty as they strive [...]
The Coastal Science and Policy Program is seeking a lecturer in Coastal Social Sciences. See recruitment page for more details.
Patrick Cage, one of the Coastal Science and Policy Program's incoming students, will participate in the Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA) eight-day 'Accelerator at Sea' program. Patrick is interested in developing solutions that can scale up sustainable seaweed farms that embrace production systems that combine environmental markets, ocean tech, and ecological remediation. In doing so, [...]
Director Anne Kapuscinski receives BOAT Ocean Innovation Award Anne Kapuscinski, professor of environmental studies and director of the Coastal Science and Policy Program, has received a 2019 Ocean Award for innovation from Boat International magazine and the Blue Marine Foundation. See Video of Anne's Award Speech Here. Kapuscinski was recognized for her work in [...]
On May 3, 2019, the 2018 cohort in the Coastal Science and Policy program and faculty were engaged in a day long leadership training, Leading Now, with Kevin Buck, President of Emergent Success Inc. Kevin and his wife are founders of the Tony Awaida Fund for Environmental Solutions, which specifically supports the Coastal Science [...]