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UOG Sea Grant Mission Statement

To integrate and apply research, extension, and education activities to sustain and develop island environments while integrating knowledge and cultural views of the island’s people.


Coral Reef Symposium

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Guam

University of Guam

 Download the Agenda

2015 Island Sustainability Conference



UOG Sea Grant Fellowship

The University of Guam Sea Grant Program will award Master’s Thesis Supplemental Grants in selected areas of Coastal Community Development. These grants provide partial support of graduate student research activities with relevance to sustainable coastal development, please see ‘research priorities’ for more detail. Support of up to $12,000 may be awarded for Master's students who have advanced to candidacy, and up to $6,000 for those who do not have an approved thesis proposal. Allowed are costs for Master’s Candidate stipends, participation in scientific meetings for result dissemination, travel to conduct research or training in specialized facilities or field settings, and to support or expand an existing body of Thesis research. UOG Sea Grant will administer all award funds. In addition, Awardees must participate in UOG SG led outreach education training offered every February. Estimated Number of Awards: 1 to 10.

 Download the 2014-2015 Sea Grant Fellowship Request for Proposals


SeaGrant News & Announcements

UOG Graduate Students Awarded Sea Grant Fellowships

The University of Guam (UOG) Sea Grant program recently awarded five Master's Thesis Supplemental Grant Fellowships for student research. 



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