Eric D. Rosch is a senior lecturer of marine science and joined the Coastal Carolina University faculty in 2014. He received his Ph.D. in zoology from Texas A&M University and conducted research on fiddler crab social behaviors and larval ecology. Eric’s current research interests include crustacean behavior and ecology, shorebird ecology, and anthropogenic impacts on coastal marine organisms. Eric has been active in SEERS since 2015, often bringing large groups of undergrads with him to SEERS meetings. After being a member for several years, he is looking forward to serving on the board to add his enthusiasm for undergraduate and graduate research and to be more involved in the SEERS community.
- Welcome Shannon Gregory, MS, Program Chair
- Welcome Amanda Kahn, PhD, President-Elect