Category Archives: NOAA

Presentation: Science, the Next NOAA and Sea Grant

Paul Sandifer, Senior Scientist, NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (Presented Monday, Oct. 18) (Downloadable .pdf)

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Wednesday: NOAA and Sea Grant

Larry Robinson, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, NOAA: Assistant Secretary Robinson kicked off the final morning of Sea Grant Week by challenging the program – and its state programs – to work toward integrating and aligning our … Continue reading

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Panel: The Sea Grant Model

…Today and 20 years in the future (Highlights from the breakout groups Q&A session with people from the national office, NOAA agencies, SGA and advisory panel) Q. If the national office had more money what would you do strategically to … Continue reading

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OAR Next – and Sea Grant

Craig McLean, acting assistant administrator, OAR: To thrive in a changing NOAA, Sea Grant needs to be able to better articulate our connection to the new NOAA strategic goals (healthy oceans, resilient coastal communities and economics, a weather-ready nation, climate … Continue reading

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Shaking the Sea Grant tree

Margaret Davidson, director of NOAA’s Coastal Service Center (and a former Sea Grant hand), offered the following challenges: The future of NOAA – and thus of Sea Grant – lies in regionalism . Sea Grant can provide “the connective tissue” … Continue reading

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NOAA Internal Communication

Rochelle Plutchak and Linda Joy from NOAA OAR shared some advice with the communicators this morning on how Sea Grant programs can increase the likelihood that their information will be passed on within NOAA, particularly to the NOAA leadership, via … Continue reading

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