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The CETE Club Returns to Playa Escalera in Rincón to Take Guardarenas Measurements

The new members of the Club of Ecotourism Students (CETE) from Manuel García Pérez High School in Rincón, along with their teacher Mrs. Otero, went to Playa Escalera to take several measurements for the Guardarenas Project. For several years, this club has been studying this beach to observe the changes that occur in it. However, this time, most of the […]

Great Educational Experience for Students from Antillian College

On April 7, 2019, students from the Marine Biology course of Professor Wilma Vargas at Antillian College in Mayagüez visited Isla Magueyes to learn about marine ecosystems. During the morning, they traveled by boat through various cays of La Parguera to see mangroves, seagrass meadows, coral reefs, and the organisms living there. The students had the opportunity to snorkel and […]

Students from the Antolina Vélez School Visit CRIEM

On Thursday, April 25, 2019, ninth-grade students from the Antolina Vélez Elementary and High School of the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico in Aguadilla visited the Center for Resources for Information and Marine Education (CRIEM) of the Sea Grant Program. There, they received a talk on climate change. In addition, various demonstrations were offered to help them better understand the […]

Generoso Morales School from San Lorenzo Visits Playita Rosada Again

Once again, students from Generoso Morales School in San Lorenzo visited Playita Rosada in Lajas, Puerto Rico to learn about marine and coastal ecosystems. This school had previously brought seventh-grade students to explore this resource, and now they decided to return with sixth-grade students. On May 17, 2019, Playita Rosada once again became a living laboratory where children could observe, […]

Student Leaders from 4H Camp Receive Training from PSGUPR Educational Guides

On Monday, June 10, 2019, training was conducted for educational guides on mangroves, seagrass meadows, coral reefs, and climate change. The training was aimed at student leaders from the 4H camp and various teaching staff from agricultural extension. It was provided by the Education Section of the Sea Grant Program of the University of Puerto Rico (PSGUPR) at the Center […]

Training for Teachers on Educational Guides for Marine Ecosystems

Protecting our marine and coastal ecosystems is of utmost importance to maintain the health of planet Earth, especially in this historical moment when human activities are causing significant environmental challenges. Industrialization, technological advances, energy production, and pollution resulting from these elements, among others, contribute to the degradation of our resources, particularly marine and coastal resources. For this reason, it is […]

PUERTO RICO SEA GRANT APPLIED RESEARCH COMPETITION REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTENT AND FULL PROPOSALS (RFP) 2024-2026

Puerto Rico Sea Grant conducts applied research competitions every two (2) years. The projects that we select, respond to the needs of stakeholders operating in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands and must tend to at least one of the four focus areas identified in our 2024-2027 Strategic Plan. Healthy Ecosystems and Habitats Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture Resilient Communities […]

The 2024 Knauss Fellowship is now open!

Are you a graduate student interested in the conservation and sustainable use of marine resources? The 2024 Knauss Fellowship is now open! This opportunity offers a unique educational and professional experience for those interested in expanding their knowledge of ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources and the formulation of public policy aimed at the use and management of these resources. […]

The 2025 Knauss Fellowship is now open!

Are you a graduate student interested in the conservation and sustainable use of marine resources? The 2025 Knauss Fellowship is now open! This opportunity offers a unique educational and professional experience for those interested in expanding their knowledge of ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources and the formulation of public policy aimed at the use and management of these resources. […]

Festival ¡Come Pez León y Calamar Diamante!

Fecha: 10 marzo 2024 / 10:00am - 5:00pm Lugar: Plaza del Pescador Barrio Playa, Guayanilla Invitada especial: Chef Giovanna Huyke Dedicado a la Dra. Álida Ortiz Sotomayor

Autorizado por la Comisión Estatal de Elecciones CEE-SA-16-893

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