„Auk samnemenda minna í CMM meistaranáminu mun ég sakna andrúmsloftsins í Háskólasetrinu. Stundir sem heilluðu tengjast oftast vettvangsferðum, t.d. að læra hvernig fiskeldi virkar í raun og veru með því að hoppa milli kvíanna og hjálpa til við að færa fiskinn á milli þeirra."Astrid Dispert, Ţýskalandi CMM nemi 2008-2009
Bjarni Maríus Jónsson
Danielle G. Stollak
Gísli Halldór Halldórsson
Academic interests: politics, society, sustainable economics and fisheries management
Thesis: New coastal fisheries in Iceland 2009: A case study of an experiment in fisheries management
Gísli is an elected member of the town council and the town board of Ísafjarðarbær, as well as chairman of the town's committee of welfare and social affairs.
Hometown: Ísafjörður, Iceland
International Wilderness Guide Diploma, (2008) Finland
Academic interests: conservation and tourism
Thesis: Tourism broker interactions and sustainability: a case study of the Alde and Ore ICZM pilot project
This is an exciting new initiative on the UK's Suffolk coastline. It is where I was brought up, which will give me maximum opportunities to put everything I have learned into practice.
Hometown: Ipswich, England
Jacob M. C. Kasper
MA, (2008), Biological and Biomedical Science, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
Academic interests: marine conservation, fisheries, mpa´s
Thesis: Long-term geospatial trends in noncommercial fin fish species in Iceland 1985-2009
Hometown: Newton, MA, USA
Traian C. Leu
BA (2005) in Cultural Anthropology at University of Maryland Baltimore County, Maryland, USA.
Academic interest: coastal engineering
Thesis: The effects of bridges on juvenile cod in Icelandic fjords
Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland, USA