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Margaret Leinen, PhD is UC San Diego Vice Chancellor for Marine Sciences, Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and Dean of the School of Marine Sciences.

Dr. Leinen joined Scripps Oceanography in October 2013.  She has extensive national and international experience in ocean science, global climate and environmental issues, federal research administration, and non-profit startups. She is a researcher in paleo-oceanography and paleo-climatology.

 

Craig McLean, Margaret Leinen, and Ariel Troisi lead a town hall discussion on the UN Decade.

Scripps Co-Hosts BlueTech Conference Focused on Industry Solutions
BlueTech industry leaders and scientists meet to support the UN’s 2030 sustainable development goals

Scripps Institution of Oceanography will serve as the location for a new Coast Guard Blue Technology Center of Expertise (COE).

Coast Guard Partners with Scripps Oceanography to Establish Blue Technology Center of Expertise
New Center of Expertise will provide opportunities for identification, evaluation and transition of new blue technologies

Scripps scientists and colleagues visit Del Mar Oceanographic's Wirewalker exhibit at the 2018 OiA conference.

Join Scripps at the Oceanology International Americas Conference and Exhibit
Scripps scientists participating in ocean tech conference, hosting exhibit for students to learn about opportunities in ocean science, and more

  • Margaret Leinen and Walter Munk at R/V Sally Ride

    Margaret Leinen is an award-winning oceanographer and an accomplished executive with extensive national and international experience.

  • A high-level group of nationally and internationally prominent individuals who provide advice, assistance, and support to Scripps and its director.