Special guest Kate Masury, program director at Eating with the Ecosystem, will present findings from an innovative research effort called the Eat Like a Fish citizen science project.
The first faculty members to be awarded the title since 2003
UMass Dartmouth’s SMAST is one of various research institutions tapped for focusing on high priority scientific research as part of NOAA’s goals for the North Atlantic Region.
The joint project focuses on river herring catch reduction.
Dr. Bridget A. Teboh is a two-time recipient of the prestigious award
The 2019 UMass Intercampus Marine Science Research Symposium on April 4 will highlight cutting-edge research being conducted by students and faculty from all five UMass campuses.
UMass Dartmouth's School for Marine Science & Technology is among the various institutions that comprise the Massachusetts Research Partnership in Offshore Wind.
From groundbreaking research conducted by faculty to students garnering recognition for their scholarship to scientists building a blue economy across the globe, the achievements at SMAST during 2018 epitomize momentum.
SMAST researchers look to gain better understanding of local flounder population
SMAST scientists will host a series of workshops with members of the regional fisheries industry to identify priorities for assessments of impacts on fisheries and ecological conditions associated with offshore wind development
151 Martine Street
Fall River, MA