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California Sea Grant Celebrates 40 Years!

California Sea Grant is celebrating 40 years of serving California’s coast. California Sea Grant began in 1968 with an award to Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, to develop an interdepartmental, graduate-level curriculum in Applied Ocean Science. In 1973 we were designated as an official Sea Grant College, and today we are one of the largest of 33 NOAA Sea Grant programs nationwide.

During that time, we’ve funded an estimated 900+ students through fellowships, traineeships and scholarships. To celebrate this milestone, we have created this interactive map to show where our fellows, scholars and trainees from over the years have ended up. Click “view larger map” to get a closer view and find what alumni in your area are up to!

We’d like to continue to grow this map, so if you are an alum and would like to participate, email ccoomber@ucsd.edu with the below information.

Name:

Current title and organization:

Organization address:

Type of Sea Grant funding (e.g. State Fellow, trainee, Isaac’s Scholar):

Year(s) that you were funded:

 

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NOAA’s California Sea Grant College Program is a statewide, multi-university program of marine research, extension services, and education activities administered by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego. It is one of 33 Sea Grant programs and is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce. Visit our website (www.csgc.ucsd.edu) to sign up for email news or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

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