Oregon State University Team

Name (Role), Academic Unit, Discipline

 

2016-2017 First Cohort of NRT Students (link)

2017-2018 Second Cohort of NRT Students (link)

2018-2019 Third Cohort of Students below

NameDepartmentDegreeProject
Ben Wickizer Public PolicyPh.D.Assessment of the Ecological, Political and Societal Issues Related to the Reintroduction of Sea Otters to the Oregon Coast
Dom Kone MRMM.S.Assessment of the Ecological, Political and Societal Issues Related to the Reintroduction of Sea Otters to the Oregon Coast
Lorne Curran Fisheries and WildlifeM.S.Assessment of the Ecological, Political and Societal Issues Related to the Reintroduction of Sea Otters to the Oregon Coast
Adrian Laufer Public PolicyM.S.Developing a Socio-Ecological System to Reduce the Uncertainty of Management Outcomes and Increase Overall Success: The case of marine reserves in Oregon
Erin Howard StatisticsPh.D.Developing a Socio-Ecological System to Reduce the Uncertainty of Management Outcomes and Increase Overall Success: The case of marine reserves in Oregon
Jenn Wong-Ala CEOASM.S.Developing a Socio-Ecological System to Reduce the Uncertainty of Management Outcomes and Increase Overall Success: The case of marine reserves in Oregon
Megan WilsonIntegrative BiologyPh.D.Developing a Socio-Ecological System to Reduce the Uncertainty of Management Outcomes and Increase Overall Success: The case of marine reserves in Oregon
Adriana MessyaszEnvironmental SciencesPh.D.Tracking Shifts in the Coupled human-natural System of the Island of Mo’orea in French Polynesia
Risako SakaiAnthropologyPh.D.Tracking Shifts in the Coupled human-natural System of the Island of Mo’orea in French Polynesia
Kaitlin McConnellMicrobiologyM.S.Tracking Shifts in the Coupled human-natural System of the Island of Mo’orea in French Polynesia
Aaron WeinstockStatisticsM.S.Tracking Shifts in the Coupled human-natural System of the Island of Mo’orea in French Polynesia
Bran BlackGeographyPh.D.Tracking Shifts in the Coupled human-natural System of the Island of Mo’orea in French Polynesia

 

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