NCCR is a proud partnership with UMass Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, and Lowell campuses. Leveraging world-class scientists and scholars from across the Commonwealth’s public universities, the Center aims to be a catalyst, accelerating resilience, adaptation planning, and a just blue economy in New England. NCCR’s research team includes over 60 faculty with expertise ranging from physical sciences to engineering, technology, socio-economic and behavioral sciences, and stakeholder engagement. Servicing as a hub, the NCCR team is also actively developing collaborative partnerships with municipalities, planning agencies, public agencies, non-profit organizations, businesses, and other local stakeholders. Each campus brings important collaborating units to the NCCR partnership: UMass Amherst’s School of Earth & Sustainability and Gloucester Marine Station, UMass Boston’s Stone Living Lab and Nantucket Field Station, UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science & Technology, and UMass Lowell’s Rist Institute for Sustainability & Energy.
The diverse faculty from across the UMass system, who are part of our NCCR Team is always growing. Click here to access our NCCR Faculty Directory
Our team is led by an executive team with representatives from each partner institution as well as key stakeholders. Click here to learn more about our NCCR Executive Team.