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Making Waves ‑ Marine Management Student Research

Posted by Marine Affairs Program on March 7, 2017 in News
Master of Marine Management Class of 2016
Master of Marine Management Class of 2016

In December 2016, Master of Marine Management students showcased their graduate research projects at the 10th annual Making Waves event. Members of the MMM class of 2016 undertook internship placements and conducted their research across the globe, in Indonesia, Grenada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Maldives, United States and across Canada. The wide variety of topics included fisheries management issues, certification of seafood, women’s role in fisheries, marine protected areas, and the law and policy of various shipping related topics. Graduate Projects are now available on the Marine Affairs website.

In addition to showcasing their projects, several students were awarded with Marine Affairs Millennium Prizes. Award Recipients for 2015-2016 were:

Interdisciplinarian of the Year Award: Alba Garcia Rodriguez

Marine Science and Technology Award: Augusta Lipscombe

Marine Policy Award: Jenny Weitzman

Marine Management Award: Jordan Gardiner

Congratulations to the award winners and all the 2015-2016 MMM Candidates. We look forward to the waves you will make in marine management.