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Senator Kaine, Gov. McAuliffe’s Chief Resiliency Officer Appointment Featured at W&M Adaptation Conference

Senator Kaine, Gov. McAuliffe’s Chief Resiliency Officer Appointment Featured at W&M Adaptation Conference

Virginia Coastal Policy Clinic’s December 5 conference brought together policymakers, scientists, business owners, members of nonprofits, and students to discuss progress and future efforts that Virginia’s coasts will need to adapt to long-term change in sea levels.

Virginia Sea Grant has achieved the highest accreditation level of the National Sea Grant Program: College Status.

Highest Sea Grant Status Awarded to VIMS, William & Mary

This Thursday, the Department of Commerce will award us with the highest status that any Sea Grant program can achieve: College Status.

Accepting Applications for 2016 Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

Accepting Applications for 2016 Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

Virginia Sea Grant is now accepting applications for the 2016 class of Knauss Marine Policy Fellows until February 13, 2015, 5p.m. EST.

A network diagram model provides a visualization of how individuals are connected. Virginia Sea Grant Director Troy Hartley used this and modeling software to calculate the strength of connections when a fellow is added to a professional network. ©Virginia Sea Grant

Strengthening Networks, Sharing Knowledge on Virginia’s Coasts

Adding just one graduate research fellow to the VASG network strengthens connections between all research, extension, and end-user.

Now Accepting Applications for Ph.D. Econ and Fisheries Fellows

Now Accepting Applications for Ph.D. Econ and Fisheries Fellows

Virginia Sea Grant is pleased to announce the availability of Marine Resource Economics and Population and Ecosystem Dynamics Fellowships. Virginia students pursuing Ph.D. in related fields are eligible.

©Julia Robins/VASG

VCU Design Team Advances Gloucester Land Use Plans

VCU MURP design team got helpful feedback from Gloucester residents at its second meeting to determine future land-use for historic Gloucester property.