Tunde Adebola, PhD (graduated 2017): Investigating Anthropogenic Impacts in Nigerian Coastal Waters Using Ecosystem Modeling Approaches.
Adrian Dahood, PhD (graduated 2017): Conserving Biodiversity in the Western Antarctic Peninsula Region: Marine Protected Area Design and Policy Implications.
Treda Grayson, PhD (graduated 2019): Responses of Benthic Macrofauna to Environmental Stressors: A Synthesis of Chesapeake Bay Data.
Peter Jacobs, PhD student (projected graduation 2020): Interrogating Late Cenozoic proxy-model agreement through novel climate and ecological model simulations.
Sara Marriott, PhD candidate (projected graduation 2021): Connecting Social and Ecological Systems in Small-Scale Fisheries in the Philippines.
CJ Schlick, PhD (graduated 2016): Life history traits and population dynamics of river herring, alewife Alosa pseudoharengus and blueback herring Alosa aestivalis in Potomac River tributaries.