The School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering and its affiliates host various seminars and short courses. Check out the list below for all kinds of exciting opportunities!
This series is designed to bring the UNH and local marine communities together to learn, discuss, network and hopefully to develop new ideas and ways to collaborate with partners both on and off campus. Each seminar will include several short talks relating to the seminar's theme, followed by an opportunity for questions, and a social. Join us!
This program provides half-day seminars to students within the field of marine animal bioacoustics, giving them the opportunity to engage with material that is not often offered as standard university coursework.
The CCOM Seminar Series (hosted at the Chase Ocean Engineering Lab) is an educational series focusing on oceanography, climate change, and other topics of research in the marine field. Learn more over at CCOM's website.
NH Sea Grant, Maine Sea Grant, UNH Cooperative Extension, and Stages at One Washington have come together to develop events for people to learn how to handle, identify and prepare several different species of sea vegetables. Recent workshops have featured an introduction to the types of seaweeds found on the NH coast and demonstrations of how to create creative and healthy dishes using sea vegetables (what seaweed is called once prepared) as an ingredient.
This program is a yearly event where families learn how to build a sailboat in just three days! Families learn woodworking and teambuilding skills, learn about marine heritage and our natural resources, and learn safe on-the-water practices.
In addition to the two programs above, NH Sea Grant offers a wide array of marine education programs for families, students, and individuals driven to learn about our marine resources and environment.
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