CEOE and Delaware
CEOE and Delaware Sea Grant sponsor many activities but none is more popular than Coast Day. Held annually in October at the Lewes campus, this event introduces people to the wonders of the sea and the importance of our coastal resources.
Learn more about Coast Day, and our other programs ›
Since the first one in
1990, the Delaware Sea
Grant has organized the
census of breeding
horseshoe crabs in
Delaware Bay. Now,
on several peak spawning
days, volunteers count
crabs on key Delaware
and New Jersey beaches.
Get more information about the horseshoe crab and the census program ›
The CEOE Docents, a dedicated corps of trained volunteers, lead free public tours of the college's research facilities at the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes. Find out more about our tours ›
We are grateful for the support our alumni and friends provide through financial contributions, volunteer efforts, and the willingness to spread the word about the work being done in the College. Your gifts can be directed in support of fellowships and scholarships or to benefit undergraduate field experiences. Find out more about supporting CEOE ›
Delaware Sea Grant's outreach team — the Marine Advisory Service and the Marine Public Education Office — has an ocean of information to share with you on a variety of topics including seafood safety. Find out about our outreach programs ›
What can one person do to make a difference for the marine environment? Are you interested in learning more about the ocean and its wonders? Would you like to be a part of one of the world's leading marine research and education programs?
If any of these questions intrigues you or if you are simply looking to explore our world, then you have come to the right place! There are many opportunities to be involved and resources available to assist you on your journey of exploration.
You may ask, “Where do I begin?” Why not check out one of our publications or take a tour of our facilities? If you want to be more hands on, you might choose to volunteer. Are you a K-12 educator looking for teacher resources? Perhaps you are looking to get other information, available from our Marine Public Education Office or Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service?