The first student through the Exploration Science program has graduated and will be headed to future adventures with the National Park Service. Christopher Muina began classes in the fall of 2013 and recently finished his final internship project report prior to graduating. After two semesters of coursework, Chris was accepted into the internship program in the Dry Tortugas with the National Park Service. Read more
Exploration Science heads to the Dominican Republic in 2015
In March, 2015, the Exploration Science Field Studies course will be held aboard the S/V Sea Dragon, which will be the home base for a week as students explore the coastal areas and waters of the Dominican Republic...
Austin Gallagher Defends Ph.D. Dissertation
Austin Gallagher successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation titled "Shark vulnerability to fishery interactions: assessing ecological, physiological, and social agents of risk". Austin's work is very much in the spirit of exploration science. Congratulations Austin! More
Exploration Science Program Graduates First Student
Christopher Muina is the first student to graduate from the new Exploration Science Program. We congratulate Chris on a job well done and best of luck in the future... More