Ohio Sea Grant's Education Program is considered a leader in the nation in the area of teacher education, curriculum development, and materials that focus on the Great Lakes region. Our teaching facility on Lake Erie, F.T. Stone Laboratory, offers formal courses to students and teachers alike each summer; our workshop program engages over 5,000 on-site participants each year. We have a leading role in the development of a new Great Lakes regional Center of Ocean Sciences Education Excellence. And Ohio Sea Grant continues to take leading roles in developing state of the art educational opportunities to enhance the public’s awareness of coastal and Great Lakes issues.
The Ohio Sea Grant Education Program: Cooperative Curriculum Enhancement and Teacher Education for the Great Lakes
The Development and Implementation of a Curriculum for the Study of Marine Technology
Teacher Awareness of Great Lakes Issues
Support of a collaborative workshop at F.T. Stone Laboratory: â€śDealing with algal toxinsâ€ť
Student Enrichment Opportunity and Technology Dissemination Workshop on Underwater Welding at The Ohio State University's Franz Theodore Stone Laboratory.
South Bass Island Lighthouse: Creation of a Publication to Commemorate Its Centennial Year
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Tony Murphy
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Timothy Bartish
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Sapna Batish
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Samantha Romanello
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Rochelle Sturtevant
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Robert Fletcher
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Neng Yu
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Melissa Haltuch
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Mark Monaco