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Ohio Sea Grant College Program
and Stone Laboratory

Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory


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 publicís awareness of coastal and Great Lakes issues.

Project List

Completed: Project Completed Title: Sort Title AscendingSort Title Descending Completion: Sort Title AscendingSort Title Descending Start Date: Sort Title AscendingSort Title Descending

E/AID-001 Project Status E/AID-001: Completed

Started: 9/1/1980, Status: Completed

Marine and Great Lakes Education: An Infusion Program for Ohio Schools


Started: 3/31/2006

Linking individual decisions and aggregate outcomes to assess potential demands for lake- based recreation and tourism in the Lake Erie region

E/MP-003-PD Project Status E/MP-003-PD: Completed

Started: 4/1/2002, Status: Completed

Lake Erie Shipwreck Diver Slates


Started: 7/1/2005

Lake Erie Field Experience for Ohio’s Decision Makers


Started: 11/1/2004

International Leadership Development for Coastal Decision Makers


Started: 6/1/1996

Information Dissemination on Toxic Algae in Lake Erie

A/AS-008-PD Project Status A/AS-008-PD: Completed

Started: 3/1/1999, Status: Completed

IAGLR 99 Media Outreach

A/P-005-PD Project Status A/P-005-PD: Completed

Started: 3/1/1996, Status: Completed

Guide to Toledo Area Waterfront: Toledo, Maumee Bay, Maumee River

E/TER-003 Project Status E/TER-003: Completed

Started: 3/1/2005, Status: Completed

Great Lakes Teacher Education: High Tech/High Touch Learning

E/MP-001-PD Project Status E/MP-001-PD: Completed

Started: 9/1/1982, Status: Completed

Great Lakes Information Through Museum Programming

E/CD-002 Project Status E/CD-002: Completed

Started: 1/1/1987, Status: Completed

Graduate Program in Aquatic Education: A Sea Grant Model for Teacher Preparation

E/AID-002 Project Status E/AID-002: Completed

Started: 9/1/1990, Status: Completed

Global Environment Change in the Great Lakes: Information for Educators and Advisory Services

E/TER-002 Project Status E/TER-002: Completed

Started: 3/1/2002, Status: Completed

Expanding delivery modes for education about Great Lakes Systems

E/NIS-001 Project Status E/NIS-001: Completed

Started: 9/1/1997, Status: Completed

Exotic Species Day Camp: A Regional Teacher Training Initiative

E/NIS-002 Project Status E/NIS-002: Completed

Started: 10/1/1999, Status: Completed

Exotic Aquatics on the Move: Building a Web of Awareness for Geography Educators and Students [NOTE: Proposal is being jointly submitted as a collaborative effort by six Sea Grant programs under the leadership of IL-IN Sea Grant.]