Graduate Students

For the future of the coast

Graduate students working with the NCBS are supported by a combination of grant funds, UF College of Agricultural and Life Sciences matching funds, and state funds from NCBS and other units. These graduate students address natural resource conservation and management on topics including fish and wildlife management, species of special concern, effects of oyster restoration efforts on human communities, and threats and challenges for managing human interactions, fisheries, and wildlife.

Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Dylan Sinnickson

Advisor: David Chagaris
Ph.D.  

John Polasik

Advisors: Charlie Martin and Mike Allen
M.S.  

Audrey Looby

Advisors: Charlie Martin and Laura Reynolds
Ph.D.  

Liam Kehoe

Advisors: David Chagaris and Frank Asche
M.S.  

Scott Alford

Advisor: Charlie Martin
Ph.D.  

School of Forests, Fisheries, and Geomatic Sciences

Zoey Hendrickson

Advisors: Charlie Martin
M.S.  

School of Natural Resources and Environment

Matthew Richardson

Advisors: Bill Pine and Julien Martin

Yiyang ‘Calvin’ Kang

Advisor: Dr. David Kaplan
Ph.D.  

Adam Searles

Advisors: Laura Reynolds and Charlie Martin
Ph.D.  

Jamila Roth

Advisor: Laura Reynolds
Ph.D.  

Jordan Bajema

Advisor: Will Patterson
Ph.D.  

Soil and Water Sciences

Alex Bijak

Advisor: Laura Reynolds
Ph.D.  

Florida Museum of Natural History - Program for Shark Research

Tyler Bowling

Advisor: Dr. Gavin Naylor
Ph.D.  

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation

Shea Husband

Shea Husband

Advisors: Travis Thomas and Steve Johnson
M.S.