Center for Quantitative Fisheries Ecology:Students
Visiting Scholars in Residence
Two master's students in the program have won Honorable Mention for Best Student Paper at the annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society. They were master's students who competed against Ph.D. students close to completion of their degrees.
All students who have taken their degrees with Dr. Jones, or were supported by the program, have secured professional positions. Hiring was largely based on what was perceived by employers as a superior background in fisheries science and statistics.
Dr. Carpenter is a professor of Biological Sciences at Old Dominion University.
Area of Study
Dr. Michael Schmidtke works for the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission as a Fishery Management Plan Coordinator
Dr. Anstead has just accepted a position at the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission as a fishery scientist.
Reneé is now a post-doctoral research associate at Michigan State University's Quantitative Fisheries Center. For more information about her current research, please visit her home page at MSU website.
Joey is currently a wildlife biologist with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.
Please send your comments and suggestions on the apps to Dr. Hongsheng (Hank) Liao at firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2017, the CQFE donated 1,957 lbs. of fresh fish to the Salvation Army and Norfolk Wildlife Rescue. Visit our Outreach page to learn more about our other community outreach efforts.
Dr. Cynthia Jones was the chair of the Stock Assessment Review Committee for the Northeast Region.
Dr. Joseph Aggrey-Fynn, Associate Professor, from Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences at University of Cape Coast (Ghana) worked at the CQFE as a visiting scientist between September 11 and 21 of 2016 (Please see the video on Dr. Fynn arrival). Together, we worked on sampling and processing fish specimen and their calcified structures in the field and at the laboratory, data analysis and result interpretation, and lab operation procedures and its protocols. Before Dr. Fynn left for his country, the Manager Dr. Liao interviewed him about what we had learned from each other and what we could do together in the future (Please see the video on the interview between Dr. Fynn and Dr. Liao).