SMSOE Seminar Series

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The School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering invites you to our monthly seminar series! This series is designed to bring the UNH and local marine communities together to learn, discuss, network and hopefully to develop new ideas and ways to collaborate with partners both on and off campus. Each seminar will include several short talks relating to the seminar's theme, followed by an opportunity for questions and a social. Light refreshments and a cash bar will be available. The seminars are launched with the following goals in mind:

  • Promote awareness and identity for the SMSOE Community both within and outside of UNH.
  • Build connections both on- and off-campus among UNH researchers, students, educators, stakeholders and others around important topics related to marine and coastal resources.
  • Facilitate discussions that will help focus research and other efforts to effectively address challenges and opportunities facing management of marine and coastal resources.

The event is designed to include one hour of presentations and Q&A followed by a one-hour social. Due to COVID restrictions all seminars will take place virtually for the foreseable future. 

Upcoming Seminars

The Spring 2021 Seminars are finished. Please check back in Fall 2021. Recordings of the Spring Seminar series are below

Past Seminars

New Faculty Seminar - Part 1 - February 16, 2021

Life, but mostly death, of marine phytoplankton - Elizabeth Harvey, Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences
Flow through coastal vegetation: From flume to field - Tracy Mandel, Assistant Professor, Ocean and Mechanical Engineering
Tracking permafrost leaks to the Arctic Ocean from Space - Atsushi Matsuoka, Research Assistant Professor, SMSOE

New Faculty Seminar - Part 2 - March 15, 2021

"Wind, Waves, Currents, and All That: Observing the Processes of Physical Air-Sea Interaction" presented by Nathan Laxague, Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Ocean Engineering
"Bridging the Science Policy Gap: A seat at the table for science" presented by Lindsey Williams, Sr. Fellow, Coastal Policy and Engagement, School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering and New Hampshire Sea Grant