SMSOE Seminar Series

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.

Future Seminars

A program for the February 20, 2019 seminar has not been confirmed. If you have a topic suggestion for a SMSOE seminar, please feel free to submit the suggestion below.

Submit Suggestions Here

Past Seminar Topics

  • Bringing Light to the Depths of the Ocean with Eric Cordes, Associate Professor of Biology, Temple University
  • Blue Carbon Initiatives
  • Building Ecological Resilience in Estuaries: A NH/ME Case Study of a Global Challenge
  • Ocean Acoustics: A Sound Perspective on Ocean Dynamics
  • Seafood and Healthy Great Bay: A Granite State Challenge
  • Climate Change and the Ocean: Local and Global Impacts
  • Research at Shoals Marine Laboratory
  • Building Ecological Resilience in Estuaries: A NH/ME Case Study of a Global Challenge
  • Ocean Carbon Cycle
  • Reinvesting in Natural Capital by Softening Shoreline Protection
  • The Pacific Arctic Region - A Window into Shifting Benthic Populations in Response to Ecosystem Change

Logistics

February 20, 2019
4:00 PM
Squamscott Room
Holloway Commons
UNH Durham

Parking available at the Campus Crossing Visitors Lot for a nominal fee.

Dr. Eric Cordes inspects coral specimens.

Erik Cordes inspects coral specimens. Photo courtesy DEEP SEARCH 2018 - BOEM