Although the Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station is primarily a research facility, many of our faculty do also teach courses for their home OSU departments. Courses take place in Newport, Astoria, or Corvallis, or statewide via E-Campus.  Some of our faculty also use Zoom or other videoconferencing technology so that students can attend and participate from multiple locations.

Courses being taught by COMES faculty include:

Scott Baker (Fisheries & Wildlife)

  • FW 302, Biology and Conservation of Marine Mammals (E-Campus)
  • FW419/519 Natural history of whales and whaling
  • FW419/519 Natural history of whales and whaling (E-Campus)

Christina DeWitt (Food Science and Technology)

Steve Dundas (Applied Economics)

  • Empirical Environmental and Resource Economics (AEC 653)
  • Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (AEC 550)
  • Environmental Economics and Policy (AEC 352)

Chris Langdon (Fisheries & Wildlife)

  • Aquaculture FW 497/597
  • Aquaculture Lab FW 498/598

Jessica Miller (Fisheries & Wildlife)

  • FW474/564 Early Life History of Fishes

Will White (Fisheries &Wildlife)

  • FW 464/564 Marine Conservation Biology

In addition, most of our faculty accept graduate students from their academic departments and advise projects, theses, and dissertations.