According to a 2007 report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, global sea level is expected to increase one half meter or more over the next century. Along the Mid-Atlantic coast of...more
Here's the latest news on current marine research, education, and outreach activities conducted by the University of Delaware Sea Grant College Program. If you are a reporter, publisher, or film producer seeking information, footage, photos, or research experts, contact the office at (302) 831-8083 or MarineCom@udel.edu.
When it comes to healthy, sustainable communities, Lewes architect John Mateyko sees the key in the way we build. Cities designed for pedestrians instead of cars, active residents breathing...more
Teachers are invited to attend a workshop about field trip destinations in Lewes, including the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus, that provide engaging settings for lessons on science...more
The Nintendo Wii has made its way into municipal meetings — and not for attendees to play a game of virtual baseball.
Community planners have transformed the video game console into an...more
High school students intrigued by science and the sea can explore both interests at the University of Delaware’s 2013 TIDE Camp. The two-week overnight program gives rising 10th through 12th...more
Middle and high school classes can explore cutting-edge ocean science at the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes, Del. this spring. The ...more
Seafood handlers can learn about food safety practices — while working towards professional certification — at an upcoming class organized by the Delaware Sea Grant College Program and Maryland...more
The Delaware Sea Grant College Program is soliciting pre-proposals for research that addresses marine and coastal problems and opportunities important to Delaware, the Mid-Atlantic region, and the...more
Delaware Sea Grant’s annual report, Reporter, offers more than updates on current research and outreach initiatives: It also gives readers who complete a survey the chance to win a...more
University of Delaware graduate student Kateryna Samoteskul will get an insider’s look at marine policy decision-making when she heads to Washington, D.C., in February to begin her Dean John A....more