2019 Cohort Member releases new thresher shark documentary Watch the new documentary here.
MARINE: Liaison led article published in Elementa describes how the program prepares rising ocean leaders to take action
Two former Monterey Area Research Institutions Network for Education (MARINE) co-chairs (Joshua G. Smith and Meredith L. McPherson, UCSC) recently published a paper that describes how the cross-campus professional development program of MARINE prepares rising ocean leaders to take an active role in interdisciplinary environmental problem-solving. The paper also describes how the MARINE model [...]
Check out more stories highlighting the research of Director Kapuscinski's lab From Anthropocene Magazine, "Can industrial aquaculture grow vegetarian fish?" Read here. and from the Santa Cruz Sentinel, "UC Santa Cruz researchers develop environmentally, sustainable fish feed" Read here.
OPPORTUNITY: Repass-Rodgers Fellowship on Central Valley Salmon Restoration Policies(for CSP 2021 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, 2020 at 8:59 PST For Fall 2021 entering graduate class The [...]
Check out new research from Director Kapuscinski's lab Dr. Kapuscinski and her team continue to seek sustainable aquaculture through fish-free feeds Read more at fish for all at the UCSC Inquiry. To hear more about the lab's recent publication, read the press release announcing the publication in Scientific Reports (Sarker, P.K., Kapuscinski, A.R., McKuin, [...]
2019 Cohort Member shares his experience and capstone work related to Hacking4Oceans 2020 Tom Collinson shares his summer work with Cornwall Good Seafood Guide (CGSG) highlighting fishermen in the Cornwall area to humanize and feature fishermen participating in their community supported fishery. Read more about Tom's experience here.
We’re looking for the next generation of coastal science and policy leaders! The Coastal Science & Policy Program (CSP) at UC Santa Cruz is now accepting applications for its fourth MS cohort. For the 2021 class, we’re seeking motivated students who are excited to engage in collaborations with practitioners, in real world settings, that [...]
Grad School Resources: CSP is Partnering with the Doris Duke Conservation Program On Wednesday September 2nd Current and Past CSP Students will be sharing the inside scoop about applying to graduate school, why they chose the CSP program, and answering questions from current and past DDCSP fellows in the DDCSP Grad School Resources [...]
Borja Reguero Announced as one of the GRP 2020 Early-Career Research Fellows The Gulf Research Program of the National Academies announced that Borja Reguero, Adjunct Faculty in CSP, is one of 20 recipients of the 2020 Early-Career Research Fellowship. Beginning this September, he will further his innovative work on climate change. The fellowship [...]
Get the inside scoop on the Coastal Science and Policy Program We asked three of our Coastal Science and Policy students a range of questions from why they chose the program to the graduate school application process to advice they might give prospective applicants and students. Click below to hear what each student had [...]