Our Tuesday evening seminar series (Rock Talks) is a long-standing and well-loved tradition at SML. Historically, faculty members and guest speakers would gather students out on the rocky shoreline of Appledore Island (giving the Rock Talk series its name), and present anything from a natural history seminar to a demonstration dissection. Today, the tradition continues with a post-dinner presentation followed by lively discussion in Kiggins Commons. Each rock talk highlights the work of visiting scholars, alumni, faculty, or staff, and presents a new and exciting perspective on science. The entire island community comes together for these events.
Some speakers have provided personal websites or recent publications, which are linked in their description below.
|May 28, 2019||Carrie Gray, UMaine-Orono (view publication)|
|June 4, 2019||Kate Sampson, NOAA|
|June 11, 2019||Alix Laferriere, The Nature Conservancy, Maine|
|June 18, 2019||Anna Mercer, NOAA|
|June 25, 2019||Carrie Grube, 2019 Scientist-in-Residence Fellow|
|July 2, 2019||Lauren McQuinn, 2019 Scientist-in-Residence Fellow|
|July 9, 2019||Dan Sampson, Massachusetts Coastal Zone Management|
|July 16, 2019||Michael Marchand, Nongame & Endangered Program Supervisor, NH Fish & Game (view publication)|
|July 23, 2019||Sarah Gaichas, Research Fishery Biologist, Ecosystems Assessments and Dynamics, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, NOAA|
|July 30, 2019||Cynthia Wigren, Atlantic White Shark Conservancy|
|August 6, 2019||Jennifer Miksis-Olds, School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, University of New Hampshire (view publication)|
|August 13, 2019||Ru Morrison, NERACOOS|