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University of Delaware's College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment is DCS Innovation Partner

The University of Delaware's College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE) is a world-renowned institution that focuses on interdisciplinary research and education related to the environment and sustainability. Founded in 2009, CEOE brings together a diverse group of scientists, engineers, policy experts, and educators to address some of the most pressing environmental challenges facing our planet.

One of CEOE's unique features is its close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay, which provides a natural laboratory for researchers to study oceanography, marine biology, and other related disciplines. The college's research efforts are broad and include topics such as climate change, renewable energy, water resources, and coastal resilience.

CEOE is home to several research centers and facilities, including the Delaware Environmental Institute, which focuses on interdisciplinary research to address complex environmental challenges. The college also operates the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes, Delaware, which houses research vessels, laboratories, and a marine science campus.

CEOE offers several undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including majors in environmental science, marine science, and earth science. The college also offers graduate programs in oceanography, environmental science and policy, and marine policy, among others.

Students at CEOE have many opportunities to engage in hands-on learning experiences, including research internships, fieldwork, and community outreach projects. CEOE also encourages student involvement in research projects and has several initiatives to support undergraduate and graduate research.

The college's faculty members are leaders in their fields, and many have received national and international recognition for their research and teaching. CEOE has a strong commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion and has several initiatives in place to support underrepresented groups in science and academia.

The Delaware Coastal Society is working with CEOE as a research partner, human resource source, and provider of BlueTech sensors, devices and robotics.


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