Dr. Pamela MacRae

Dean of Environmental Conservation and Research and Professor of Fisheries Ecology

Dr. Pamela MacRae is the Distance Education Dean of Environmental Conservation and Research and Professor of Fisheries Ecology. Previously she served as the Dean of the School of Biodiversity Conservation for 3 years and Associate Professor of Sustainable Fisheries Management at Unity College since 2013. She earned a Ph.D. in Oceanography and Coastal Sciences from Louisiana State University, a M.S. in Zoology from the University of Toronto and B.S. in Biology from Saint Mary’s University in Nova Scotia. She conducted Post-doctoral Research at Florida State University on the long-term patterns of fish population density in Florida springs, ponds and tidal marshes.

Dr. MacRae is a field-based fish community ecologist and her research has focused on exploring the links between fish community structure and environmental variables in marine, freshwater and estuarine habitats. Dr. MacRae brings a breadth of knowledge to our undergraduate and graduate programs and has over ten years of experience teaching biology, ecology, marine science and fisheries courses. Additionally, she is an active member of the American Conference of Academic Deans and Council of Independent Colleges.