Spring Seminar Series, TODAY with Dr. Kevin Bailey

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for its Spring Seminar Series. The SAFS seminar series consists of weekly presentations by eminent academics, prospective faculty members and the School’s own faculty members. Seminars are free and open to the public.

TODAY, May 21, 2015 at 4 PM
Social immediately follows

University of Washington
Fishery Sciences Building
Room 102
1122 NE Boat Street
Seattle, Washington (map)

View the full seminar schedule.

For more information, please contact SAFS Front Desk, safsdesk@uw.edu, or 206-543-4270.


Of Fish and Men: The Western Flyer, John Steinbeck, Doc Ricketts, and Pacific Fisheries


BaileyKevin McLean Bailey started his career as a marine fisheries biologist and ecologist in 1974 after graduating from the University of California at Santa Barbara. His first assignment was on a Japanese crab fishing ship in the eastern Bering Sea for 4 months taking biological measurements on the catch, and then on a pollock factory trawler in the Bering Sea. He later obtained his PhD from the University of Washington. He is a Senior Scientist at the Alaska Fisheries Science Center, where he has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and books. He is also an Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington and in 2008 was awarded the Sette Award for outstanding lifetime achievement in marine fisheries by the American Fisheries Society. His wife is an oceanographer at the Polar Science Center at the University of Washington and Institute for Systems Biology and they have two grown, happy and successful boys and two delightful grandchildren.
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