KEVIN NEVES, M.S., PH.D.
BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY – BOWLING GREEN, OHIO
Dr. Kevin Neves joined the faculty at Bowling Green State University in 2016 as an assistant teaching professor of marine biology. Previously, he served as production and operations manager for Acadia Harvest, a small sustainable fish farm in Franklin, Maine. He doubled majored at the University of Rhode Island, where he received a bachelor’s degree in marine biology, as well as aquaculture and fisheries technology. Dr. Neves then went on to Delaware State University to obtain a master’s in natural resource science, followed by a Ph.D. in marine biology from the University of Maine, where he investigated the effects of dissolved carbon dioxide on cataract formation in juvenile Atlantic cod. During his two decades of aquaculture research, he has worked with more than 20 different species of finfish, ranging from tilapia to Atlantic halibut to California yellowtail, as well as multiple invertebrate species, such as oysters, green sea urchins, and white-leg shrimp.