College of Science and Mathematics
Designed to address emerging human and economic needs, faculty in the College of Science and Mathematics specialize in three areas of research and instructional programs at the graduate and undergraduate level: molecular sciences, computational sciences, and environmental sciences. The Department of Environmental Earth and Ocean Sciences within the College of Science and Math offers specific expertise in coastal environmental sciences, conservation biology, green chemistry, environmental informatics, and molecular environmental sciences, which inform much of the scientific understanding in the Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate and Security.
Affiliation to CIOCS: The College of Science and Mathematics administratively co-hosts the Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate and Security. Additionally, Dean Andrew Grosovsky serves as a Co-Chair to the Steering Committee, and Department of Environmental Earth and Ocean Sciences Director Robyn Hannigan serves as an Executive Committee member. Scientists from the College of Science and Math provide the majority of the scientific knowledge for Collaborative Institute projects.
Representatives to CIOCS:
- Andrew Grosovsky, Dean
- Robyn Hannigan, Department Chair, Environmental Earth and Ocean Science
- Michael Rex, Professor, Biology
- David Terkla, Professor, Environmental Earth and Ocean Science
- Robert Bowen, Environmental Policy and Management
- Bob Chen, Organic Geochemistry and Marine Organic Chemistry
- Ellen Douglas, Hydrology, Hydromorphology and Water Resource Management
- John Duff, Natural Resources Law and Policy
- Anamarija Frankic, Coastal Ecosystem Management- aquaculture, marine protected areas, and tourism
- Eugene Gallagher, Benthic Ecology; Polychaete Biology; Succession; Serology; Predator-Prey Relationships
- Allen Gontz, Coastal Geology and Stratigraphy; Shallow Marine Geophysics
- Robyn Hannigan, Chair, EEOS Department Geochemistry, Medical Geology, Bioinorganic Chemistry
- Deborah Metzel, Social Geography - Specializing in the geography of human services and people with disabilities.
- Curtis Olsen, Environmental Biogeochemistry
- William Robinson, Environmental Toxicology; Aquatic Toxicology; Invertebrate Zoology; Malacology
- David Tenenbaum, Geographic Information Science, Hydrology
- David Terkla, Environmental Economics
- Yong Tian, Geographic Information Science, Remote Sensing
- Juanita Urban-Rich, Zooplankton Ecology
- Meng Zhou, Physical Oceanography, Zooplankton Ecology
For a full faculty listing by department, please visit the College of Science and Mathematics website.