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Carl Safina Endowed Professor School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences

Contact Information

Discovery Hall

Stony Brook, 11794

631/632-8700

Biography

Carl Safina, a marine ecologist and author of various books, including a recent bestseller about what animals think and feel, is one of the nation’s most esteemed environmental writers. As an ecologist, his achievements include leading campaigns to ban high-seas driftnets, achieve passage of a UN global fisheries treaty, and reduce albatross and sea turtle drownings on commercial fishing lines. He now writes about the troubled relationship between humanity and the living world.

Education

  • PhD and MS, Rutgers University
  • BS, Purchase College SUNY

Courses

Term Role Course ID Description
Spring 2018 Primary Instructor MAR 556 Conservation's 3 Rs
Summer 2018 Primary Instructor MAR 592 Internship Mar. Cons.
Spring 2017 Primary Instructor MAR 550 Topics in Marine Sciences
Spring 2017 Primary Instructor MAR 550 Topics in Marine Sciences
Spring 2017 Primary Instructor MAR 550 Topics in Marine Sciences
Summer 2017 Primary Instructor MAR 592 Internship Mar. Cons.
Spring 2016 Primary Instructor MAR 550 Topics in Marine Sciences
Spring 2016 Primary Instructor MAR 550 Topics in Marine Sciences
Spring 2016 Primary Instructor MAR 592 Internship in Marine Conserva
Summer 2016 Primary Instructor MAR 592 Internship Mar. Cons.
Spring 2015 Primary Instructor JRN 587 Independent Study
Spring 2015 Primary Instructor MAR 550 Topics in Marine Sciences
Spring 2015 Primary Instructor MAR 550 Topics in Marine Sciences
Spring 2015 Primary Instructor MAR 590 Research
Summer 2015 Primary Instructor MAR 592 Internship in Marine Conserva
Summer 2015 Primary Instructor MAR 800 Summer Research
Fall 2014 Secondary Instructor JRN 501 Communicating Science: Distill

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