The BML Seminar Committee
The John and Mary Louise Riley Seminar Series is a public scientific seminar series held at the Bodega Marine Laboratory. The Seminar Committee is composed of four grad students/staff/postdocs and one faculty advisor. The faculty advisor is permanent, the other four members serve for two-year terms. This committee selects, organizes, plans and schedules guests for the Seminar Series, an important component of the science community at BML.
Bodega Diversity Committee
The Bodega Diversity Committee consists of volunteers from BML and BMR who are committed to improving diversity, equity, and inclusion in the BML/BMR community. Comments or suggestions for the committee can be made by emailing co-chairs Kristin Aquilino and Benjamin Rubinoff or by using the Committee's anonymous digital suggestion box.
Bodega Marine Sciences Association (BMSA)
The Bodega Marine Sciences Association is a group comprised of students, researchers, staff, faculty, and volunteers of the Bodega Marine Laboratory community. BMSA raises funds through apparel sales to provide travel grants for students to attend scientific meetings across the country where they present their research, interact with other researchers, and learn about the latest developments in their field. BMSA members organize and volunteer at local community events, such as the annual Bodega Bay Fisherman’s Festival, Coastal Cleanup Day, and planned work days for invasive species removal. BMSA works with local high school and community college students to engage them in marine science first-hand, mentoring students on how to conduct scientific research in the lab and in the field.
CMSI Graduate Student Affairs Committee (CMSI GSAC)
Graduate students and postdocs at UC Davis are invited to join the the CMSI and BML mail lists to receive seminar and colloquia announcements, marine-related funding sources, CMSI social events and updates, rideshare and couch surfing opportunities. Also see Student Resources.