MARINE (Monterey Area Research Institutions' Network for Education) provides professional development opportunities to prepare future ocean leaders for interdisciplinary real world problem-solving.
MARINE is a collaboration between The Center for Ocean Solutions and seven Monterey Bay area academic campuses to prepare our future ocean leaders, and enhance marine education. Our partner campuses include:
Each campus is represented by MARINE Student and Faculty Liaisons who work together to design and organize events each year.
We aim to equip Monterey Bay area graduate and post-graduate students with skills to be ocean leaders and communicators by:
Each year MARINE organizes a variety of professional development activities to help prepare future ocean leaders. MARINE also works to connect graduate students with career opportunities through a variety of career resources.
MARINE offers graduate students professional development opportunities based in communication, collaboration and innovation.View More >
MARINE Networking Events allow students to connect with each other and form a community of ocean professionals.View More >
MARINE highlights events happening at partner institutions as well as those happening within the Monterey Bay area.View More >
MARINE engages graduate students and early career professionals in the use of social media for networking and scientific communication. Connect with MARINE on social media, including Facebook and YouTube.
MARINE uses Twitter to share stories, events and news within the MARINE network as well as interact with professionals and agencies.Go To Twitter >
MARINE uses LinkedIn to connect current and former graduate students with career opportunities and each other.Go To LinkedIn >
MARINE offers graduate students and alumni the opportunity to practice their writing skills for a professional, scientific audience.Go To Blog>
"Passport" is a MARINE project currently under development to both expand and illuminate MOUs (Memorandum of Understanding) between Monterey area institutions allowing graduate students to register for courses at different campuses in the region.