Bailey to Present at the Maine Aquaculture Research, Development and Education Summit
Research Associate at the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, Megan Bailey, will be presenting at the Maine Aquaculture Research, Development and Education Summit on Friday, January 17. Part of her research at the Center focuses on the economic impact of Maine’s aquaculture industry and she will be discussing her preliminary findings at the conference.
The event, which is held at the University of Maine Hutchinson Center, begins with opening remarks from University of Maine President, Dr. Joan Ferrini-Mundy and ME State Commissioner of Economic and Community Development Heather Johnson as well as representatives from the Aquaculture Research Institute and Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center. Bailey’s presentation is part of a larger session dedicated to updates of key state-wide initiatives in the aquaculture industry.
For more information regarding this event see the eventbrite website.
To contact Bailey regarding her research or other research opportunities email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org