- Narragansett Bay Classroom
- Science Websites
- Funded Projects
Fostering greater understanding of science through training for journalists and researchers, online resources, and public lectures.
An at-sea teacher research experience aboard the R/V Endeavor, creating a sustainable partnership among ocean scientists, researchers and Rhode Island educators.
Developing communications strategies to support international networks of researchers and sharing scietific findings with diverse international audiences.
A collaborative venture creating a multimedia coastal and ocean learning commons combining the talents of ocean scientists, communicators, artists, designers, students and researchers to create a living studio for enhancing public engagement with our blue planet.
Offering a variety of marine and environmental professional development opportunities, field trips, interpretative programs, special events, lectures, and tours for people of all ages.
An annual public lecture endowed by the family of Drs. Charles and Marie Fish who established the University's first marine biological program in 1935 and eventually a graduate program in oceanography at the Narragansett Marine Laboratory, which later became URI's Graduate School of Oceanography.