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Water Quality Monitoring Program Cited as DNREC Volunteer of Year

The University of Delaware’s Citizen Monitoring Program, received the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) Volunteer of the Year award for research at the Delaware State Fair on July 28.

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15 Second Science

Learn something new in a flash by watching our 15 Second Science video series. The playlists below are organized by episode category. You can watch them all on this page, or visit our YouTube...Read more

Delaware Sea Grant Advisory Council

The Sea Grant Advisory Council — the statewide external advisory body to the Delaware Sea Grant College Program — was created in 1974. Its members, listed below, hail from marine-oriented business and industry, resource management and engineering firms, state government, public interest groups,...Read more

Plans and Funding

The 2018-2020 Delaware Sea Grant research funding competition is now closed. Application guidelines are available for reference at: http://www.deseagrant.org/rfp.

Delaware Sea Grant operates within a strategic plan framework developed from local...Read more

Sea Grant Cross-Cutting Theme: Ocean and Environmental Literacy

The complexity of marine issues calls for an educated public that can understand the link between science and society and the need for an integrated approach between science and policy. A hallmark of Delaware Sea Grant is that it has long recognized this need, funding both science and policy...Read more

Get Involved

We hope you’re inspired by Delaware Sea Grant College Program’s efforts to tackle the state’s coastal challenges with innovative research and outreach projects — so inspired that you want to be part of the coastal solution too! Below are a few opportunities that can get you started right now....Read more

SeaTalk

As a public service in conjunction with more than 70 area radio stations, Delaware Sea Grant produces SeaTalk, a bimonthly series of 30- and 60-second radio announcements on subjects ranging from sharks to sand dunes to current marine science research. The series has been in production...Read more

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