University of Washington undergraduate and graduate students from the College of the Environment, School of Oceanography and Engineering gather on the bow of the R/V Thompson.
I am currently a junior at the University of Washington in the oceanography department.
Ryan Groussman is a senior at the University of Washington, pursuing a B.S. in Molecular Biology. He worked on on commercial marine vessels for a number of years before returning to school to earn a degree. Now, he looks forward to w
Trevor Harrison is a first year graduate student at University of Washington in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He works under Dr. Brian Polagye in the Marine Renewable Energy Lab, specifically researching instrumentation development f
Jae is a second year student at the University of Washington and is majoring in Civil Engineering. He has lived in California, Japan, Hawaii, and Washington State.
Colin is a recent graduate from the University of Washington with an Oceanography BS and a minor in Marine Biology. His research interests include Alexandrium catenella and other harmful algal bloom (HAB) species as well as marine technology and
Ian is a sophomore in the Department of Earth & Space Sciences(ESS) majoring in Geophysics. Despite this being his first time at sea, Ian has always been fascinated by the enigmatic ocean depths and the chance to be part of a project to buil
Ian McQuillen is a 5th year Oceanography and Biology undergraduate. Ian is interested in the biology of cephalopods, crustaceans and ctenophores and in exploring the sea. One of Ian's priorities in his last year of school is achieving a prac
I am a sophomore at the University of Washington majoring in oceanography. I am very excited and thankful to be a part of the VISIONS ’14 expedition.