Robert J. Rice – Candidate, MS, Fisheries and Wildlife Administration (PSM)

          I have a B.A. in Economics from Davidson College (2006) and an MS in Aquaculture from Auburn University (2008).  Until very recently, I worked as a Hatchery Manager with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.  I now live in Saskatchewan, Canada, while I am finishing up my OSU degree.  My current interests include understanding how biological, ecological, economic, political, and social factors affect fish and wildlife policy and decision-making.



Whitney L. Crittenden – Candidate, MS, Fisheries and Wildlife Administration (PSM)

          In 2012, I received a BS in Biology (Marine Emphasis) from Western Washington University.  After graduation, I accepted a position as a fisheries observer in the North Pacific Groundfish fishery in Alaska.  Upon deciding to retire my “sea-legs”, I was hired to be the Lead Research Technician for Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association where I serve as member of the research team responsible for evaluating salmon hatchery programs. So far, my career has been centered around the technical aspects surrounding biological sampling, otolith marking and reading, coded wire tagging and recovery, and pathology.
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