The Center for Ocean Solutions works with major problems facing the ocean and prepares leaders to take on these challenges. Coastal and ocean systems are facing threats from land and ocean-based activities and climate change. These threatened ecosystems provide benefits to human societies such as fisheries, infrastructure, water quality and much more, making ecosystem health a human wellness issue. We hope to address issues of ecosystem health in tandem with human wellness by facilitating interdisciplinary research and discussion among those who have a stake in the ocean and making our findings widely available. We also hope to produce leaders in science and policy who can effectively problem-solve and act to solve these problems.
To fulfill our mission, we draw on a pool of more than 80 scholars in the natural, physical and social sciences and collaborate with a diverse set of stakeholders from organizations in the academic, governmental, non-profit and for profit realms. We aim to make our projects inclusive and to equitably represent those whom our solutions affect.
The Center is recognized as a leader in linking “science to policy,” engaging both research and decision-making communities to advance understanding and management of ocean ecosystems and forge stronger ties between knowledge and action. Our aptitude comes from the strong grounding of our collaborators in natural, physical and social sciences, engineering and law and policy.
Our Advisory Council provides an additional dimension of skills, knowledge and expertise to guide and support our work as we link ocean science to policy. Meet our Advisory Council.
The Center supports an interdisciplinary team of ocean leaders in science, policy, communication and education. We are an equal opportunity employer. We actively accept our responsibility to make employment decisions without regard to political affiliation, race, religious creed, color, age, sex, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, medical condition, political or religious opinions, physical or mental disability, military service, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, or any other non-job related factor.
Communications Manager: Fixed term through December 15, 2017, Full-time. The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment seeks an experienced communications professional to primarily provide writing, media relations and collateral support with a focus on promoting the research and expertise of scholars working with the Center for Ocean Solutions.
No fellowships accepting applications at this time.
Summer Legal Intern (2017): Starting May - June 2017, the Summer Legal Intern will work primarily on writing and research projects within the Center's focal areas. Legal aspects will likely include environmental, public lands, administrative and/or international law. Policy aspects are likely to include following and monitoring key state, federal and international ocean governance and policy-making activities.
Our team of staff, fellows, interns and affiliated researchers bring innovation and solid research to solving the immediate, intermediate and long-range challenges to the health of the ocean.Their expertise spans the marine and social sciences as well as law and policy, representing the Center’s interdisciplinary approach to problem solving.
For media inquiries, please reach out to Kristi Boosman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about the MARINE program, please reach out to Laura Good at email@example.com.
For other general questions, please reach out to Elizabeth Ramsay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have two offices: the Center Headquarters in Monterey, California and at Stanford University.
|Monterey Office||Stanford Office|
99 Pacific St, Suite 555E
Monterey, CA 93940
Y2E2 Building, Stanford
473 Via Ortega, Room 193