- MAF students & faculty featured in “Diverse Stories” event -
- URI Marine Affairs program, Tall Ships America forge new partnership -
- MAF Alum Susan Forcier appointed to lead RI Environmental Protection Bureau - Forcier earned an MMA from URI and a JD from Roger Williams University through our joint degree program in 2005.
- Hilda Lloréns Awarded 2022 Gregory Bateson Book Prize - The award is given to significant, ethnographically rich, and beautifully written books that address the urgent issues of our time the discipline of Anthropology.
- Prof. Becker & MAF grad students featured in URI Momentum Magazine article on RICHAMP -
- Becker team’s RICHAMP project featured on GSO site -
- MAF Welcomes Prof. Jesse Reiblich! - The Marine Affairs Department welcomes new Assistant Professor, Jesse Reiblich, JD, LLM. Jesse is an attorney and expert in coastal and marine law and policy. He has published on many topics, including coastal access and equity, climate change policy, the public trust doctrine, water law, coastal adaptation, the California Coastal Act, and surf break protection. […]
- MAMA student awarded The Next Swell Scholarship - Nikol Damato was recently awarded The Next Swell Scholarship which is awarded to exceptional undergraduate and graduate student candidates in pursuit of degrees in the associated fields of marine biology and marine conservation.
- FEMA Administrator visits US Navy course taught by MAF PhD student - MAF PhD Student, Captain David Ostwind, U.S. Navy, hosted FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell in his U.S. Naval Academy course, Politics of Homeland Security. Administrator Criswell spoke about her vision for FEMA and challenges facing the nation, including the effects of climate change.
- Port Planning and Policy class visits port of Newport - The tour also included boarding the SSV Oliver Hazard Perry and a visit to U.S. Coast Guard Station Castle Hill.