1. In Memory of Michael D. Max

    MTS DC Section Co-Chair, Diving Committee Co-Chair, and Fellow On May 31, 2020, Dr. Michael D. Max passed away. At MTS, Dr. Max was the DC Section co-chair for nearly seven years, co-chair of the Diving Committee, and an MTS Fellow – one of the highest accolades a MTS member can achieve. Dr. Max had […]

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  2. Member Profile: Ronald A. Vien

    Ronald A. Vien serves as the Technical Director of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport. MTS President Rick Spinrad spoke with Director Vien at MTS’ 2019 Oceans in Action Conference. Following that meeting, Rick had an opportunity to pose a number of questions to Director Vien. Their conversation follows. Rick Spinrad (RS): What […]

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  3. Monmouth, Stevens, Stockton and Rutgers Team Up to Form MTS New Jersey Student Section

    Kicking off with a tour of the underwater glider program at Rutgers University’s Center for Ocean Observing Leadership (COOL) in the summer of 2019, four New Jersey institutions – Monmouth University, Stevens Institute of Technology, Stockton University, and Rutgers University – have banded together to form a single student section. In addition to focusing on […]

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  4. President’s Column – January 2020

    Rick Spinrad, President When the Marine Technology Society teamed up with the Walter Munk Foundation for the Oceans to create our newest award (Walter Munk Scholar Award and Commemorative Lecture), we knew we had to ‘up our game’ with those early career professionals who are a critical faction in our community. Not surprisingly, so many of […]

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  5. Dr. Josh Kohut to Serve as Vice President of Education for the Marine Technology Society

    (Washington, DC – January 2, 2020) – The Marine Technology Society announced that its membership has elected Dr. Josh Kohut, a professor at Rutgers University at the Center for Ocean Observing Leadership, to serve on its Board of Directors as the Vice President of Education, from January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2022. The Vice […]

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  6. Dr. Jerry Miller to Serve as Vice President of Government and Public Affairs for the Marine Technology Society

    (Washington, DC – January 2, 2020) – The Marine Technology Society announced that its membership has elected Dr. Jerry Miller, President of Science for Decisions, to serve on its Board of Directors as the Vice President of Government and Public Affairs, from January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2022. The MTS Vice President of Government […]

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  7. MTS Partnership Update – October 2019

    Kathleen HerndonMTS Executive Director The Society has a long and proud history of partnership with related organizations in the marine technology space. These relationships increase and diversify the membership of the Society; broaden and enhance the visibility and influence of the Society with a range of audiences, including the international community, decision-makers and policy-makers, technical […]

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  8. Learn More About the Board Candidates

    Vice President of Education Candidate Q&A’s Josh Kohut, PhDRead Josh’s Bio Q. Please discuss the qualities and experience you possess that make you a strong candidate for the position for which you are running: My research is focused on observing and understanding highly variable physical processes in the coastal ocean. To accomplish this, I was […]

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