Virginia Sea Grant Director Troy Hartley enumerates the triumphs of the program in 2015 and looks ahead to 2016 in his annual report.
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Kathleen Zaratzian will practice balancing interests in environmental law as a student in the Virginia Coastal Policy Center.
Alex Renaud will spend his Knauss Fellowship as a a navigation R&D advisor for the U.S. Army Engineering Research and Development Center.
The VCPC’s third annual climate change conference focused on the fiscal challenges of adaptation.
Knauss Fellow Monique Baskin will be an ocean acidification specialist in the Arctic Research Program of NOAA’s Climate Program Office.
Abby Lunstrum will spend her Knauss Fellowship with NOAA’s Office of International Affairs.
Speakers emphasize marketing and business forecasting to support the upswing of VA’s aquaculture industry.
Sam Lake joins Virginia Sea Grant as the Fellowship and Research Coordinator.
As staff writer, Christina (Chris) Patrick will be responsible for telling the stories behind Virginia Sea Grant research and outreach and trying to help readers see how understand the larger puzzle about the complex coastal world we live in.
Architecture students at Hampton University gained work experience designing ways to protect historic houses in a local neighborhood from sea level rise.
Old Dominion University engineering students gained real world work experience adapting a local neighborhood to sea level rise.
The NMFS-Sea Grant Fellowships are part of a national competition for PhD-level graduate students. Applications due January 29.
She will be continuing her work building templates and creating infographics to help visually display some data about VASG programs.
At the 2014 International Marine Conservation Congress, a project team including Virginia Sea Grant postgraduate fellow Amy Freitag convened a focus group to consider challenges and opportunities related to expanding citizen science in marine and coastal environments.
The VASG charter formalizes a commitment among Virginia’s universities toward collaboration on the challenges that face our coasts and oceans.
Communicating science to non-scientists is a skill more and more researchers are hoping to build. Our Fellows get training and practice in these skills.
Science Communication Intern Emma Fass (UVA) thought images would be helpful in explaining barotrauma. So she made this animation.
By Sydney MaHan, Student Corresponent Sarah Edwards first heard of the Virginia Coastal Policy Center (VCPC) when looking at potential law schools. The Center was one of main factors that influenced her decision to attend William & Mary. “The more I read about this [center], the more I knew that William & Mary was the […]
By Sydney MaHan, Student Correspondent Referring to herself, Jennifer Morris jokes, “she has been in school a long time.” Having a PhD in Art History and Archeology, Morris came to law school to jump-start her career in cultural heritage law, and she hopes to work for the government or a non-profit upon graduation. “For me […]
ODU and Hampton University engineers and architects have worked together before. But after the year-long effort to adapt a coastal community to deal with flooding, professors intend to keep the collaboration going!