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Master of Marine Management Information Session 2017
You are invitied
You are invited to meet current students to learn about their experience in the Master of Marine Management (MMM) program, chat with faculty about research in their field, and engage with alumni working on a variety of issues.
Meet us on November 2nd from 3:30 to 5:00 PM to discover your place in the Marine Management program at Dalhousie. The event will take place in Room 2600 of the Killam Library, Dalhousie University.
RSVP at dal.ca/MMMinfosession.
The Master of Marine Management program is for students with a strong academic record who are interested in a career focussed on protecting and preserving coastal and marine environments. This interdisciplinary graduate degree gives students the opportunity to pursue issues related to climate change, marine conservation, fisheries management, and marine law and policy along with issues to advance the sustainable use of the world’s oceans.
- Climate change and sustainable fish production in Europe
- Making Waves 2018: Marine Management student's research presentations
- Assessing Coastal Restoration Needs in Nunavut: DFO Coastal Restoration Fund Project Announced
- Traditional Land‑use Knowledge of Canadian Arctic Inuit
- The Making of an Ocean Hero
- Public Lecture by the RCGS Explorer‑in‑Residence
- Making Waves: Graduate Project Presentations of the MMM class of 2017
- Master of Marine Management Information Session 2017