Prospective Graduate Students

The best way to look for research projects as a graduate student is to seek assistance from the graduate advisor within your individual program of study; however if you have a specific interest in working with NNMREC, you are welcome to contact us.

NNMREC affiliation is based on shared professional and research goals through which collaboration may play a role in guiding research and sharing ideas. NNMREC affiliation does not necessitate shared funding sources and it does not guarantee financial assistance, but rather provides opportunities for the dissemination of ideas through networking and possible collaboration on research projects.

Current Graduate Students

Please come by our offices in Batcheller Hall for a visit and let us know how your research is going! If you will be studying abroad or traveling for conferences, please contact Mark McGuire so we can spotlight your research in our quarterly newsletter! Upon graduation, please come let us know what you plan to do so we can compile a profile of you to place on our Recent Graduates page!

If you are new to NNMREC, please follow these steps to get pluged in! Additionally, if your advisor is new to NNMREC, they may want to sign up for our newsletter and listserve!

  1. Join the Marine Forum listserv to share and receive pertinent information about marine energy including internships, events, and volunteer opportunities. 
  2. Sign up for the quarterly Newsletter to get updates about PMEC permitting activities, testing, NNMREC's global reach, and the latest happenings with our students at Oregon State University, the University of Washington, and at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  3. View the Zotero database:
  4. To request access to the Zotero database, contact Bret Bosma (administrator) at this address:
  5. Email Nolan Kelly to add yourself to NNMREC's Graduate Student Listserve.
  6. Learn about what your peers have been doing through NNMREC's Out and About Page.