We had a wonderful visit towards the end of Friday’s ESRM 370: Intro to Drones class. ESRM, AARR, and ESRM 370 alumni Chase Tillman and Julianna DaSilva popped in to share their experiences over the past few months and their thoughts about new jobs and the value of ESRM in preparing them for careers in[…]
The recent 35 day shutdown of a quarter of the federal government has hit us hard here in ESRM. The closure has blocked our access to our research station on Santa Rosa Island, slowed our search for a new faculty member, and much more. […]
While good things can be found just about anywhere when you know how to look (like here and here and here and here and here), positivity was getting hard to find as the year that was 2018 slowly dragged itself to a burned and exhausted conclusion. The past four months saw challenges a plenty. […]
For some quick info about our unfolding wildfires again impacting campus, check this blog post by Dr. A summarizing what we know as of this morning about the Hall & Woolsey Fires.
More ESRM faculty you say? We’ve got you covered! As of November 1, ESRM officially opened up the application period for our first new tenure track faculty position in two years.
We are hiring an Environmental/Coastal Data Visualization Artist who will help take our program to the next level with data analytics, analyses and presentations. Our review of applications begins December 14. […]
Everyone is welcome to this year’s Annual Coastal and Marine Management Halloween Costume Contest!
The year’s contest will be held at the start of our ESRM 462‘s class on Friday, October 26 in Sierra Hall 2411 (the second floor classroom in the NE corner of the building).
Come by! We need help voting! […]
Some things in the petroleum sector have our heads spinning of late. We are seeing new strategic positioning with regards to impending environmental regulations and policies. No mere tweaking of positions, we seem to be seeing the stirrings of a wholesale shift in some long-entrenched positions. While I am not naïve and it is unclear[…]
Earlier this week, Dr. Anderson gave an invited colloquium to the Sonoma State Biology Department entitled It Can’t Happen Here…But Just Did: The Need for and Value of New Tools and Tech for Biological Conservation about the evolving suite of tools we use across our AARR efforts. […]
Everyone can stream the Global Climate Action Summit today and tomorrow. Good stuff here: https://www.globalclimateactionsummit.org/live/