virginia sea grant

June 7, 2018

Digital Storyteller:
Virginia Sea Grant fills innovative new position

April 25, 2018

Confidence, Validation, Success, Gratitude:
2017 Commonwealth Fellow grows, makes impact

April 17, 2018

March 22, 2018

The James River Blues:
Blue catfish, cause or symptom of Bay health?

August 28, 2017

New Opportunities:
A Knauss fellow’s professional development experience

August 14, 2017

NSF Award for Team Science
Training for coastal ocean and estuarine STEM graduate students

July 31, 2017

The Marlin Maven:
Analyzing fish samples from around the globe

July 2, 2017

Second Annual Coastal Resilience Program:
Building unlikely connections

June 21, 2017
Selection from Haeckel Collection

Swimming Through History:
VASG fellow identifies fish in esteemed Haeckel collection

June 16, 2017

Many Suits:
2017 Knauss Fellow meets Hurricane Hunters

June 14, 2017

Many Suits:
2017 Knauss Fellow reports for Congress, meets Hurricane Hunters

June 5, 2017

Unusually Usual:
Extreme Rainfall Events On The Rise

April 3, 2015

Job Announcement: Virginia Sea Grant Seeks Knowledge Management Professional

The Assistant Director for Extension and Knowledge Management will support Virginia Sea Grant's role as a connector among our multiple universities by improving operations of our knowledge management infrastructure.
December 9, 2013

Cownose Ray Research Finds Challenges to Opening a Fishery

The cownose ray has been in the industry crosshairs ever since they’ve been seen gobbling up shellfish crops. As industry considers the range of options for keeping rays off shellfish farms, including developing a commercial fishery, new research about cownose ray biology may help in making those decisions.
July 30, 2013

VCU Rice Center, a ‘Green’ Partner

VCU Rice Center is the first platinum-level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certificated building in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
July 24, 2013

Communicating Sea Level Rise (Forum 3: July 10, 2013)

The Adaptation Forum is a workshop for city, regional, and federal officials to share best practices for communicating the risks and realities of coastal inundation to local communities, a process that has proven challenging despite the realized destruction caused by Nor’easters and hurricanes of the last couple of years.