North Carolina Sea Grant strategic plan 2018-2021
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North Carolina Sea Grant strategic plan 2018-2021

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    North Carolina Sea Grant is an inter-institutional program of the University of North Carolina system. This partnership between the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the state of North Carolina is one of 33 Sea Grant programs across the nation administered by the National Sea Grant College Program. North Carolina Sea Grant focuses on: research to support resolution of state, regional, and national coastal resource-management challenges; outreach via extension and communications teams who support the development and transfer of resulting technologies and applications as well as those from collaborations with local partners; internal program management, including grants administration; and educational programs that support a strong knowledge foundation for varied stakeholders, such as the academic community, government officials, businesses and industries, K-12 teachers and students, and the public. Across five decades, North Carolina Sea Grant’s innovative programs have addressed the state’s coastal resource priorities. The program is a nationally recognized leader in forging strong, long-term collaborations linking research portfolios of North Carolina’s public and private universities with critical needs. With its headquarters at NC State University and three coastal offices, the Sea Grant team readily shares expertise with many partners, reinforcing its outstanding track record in communicating science and policy information to varied audiences via a cadre of specialists, targeted products and engaging events. This strategic plan will guide our program’s investments to respond effectively to urgent and long-term challenges and opportunities. Those efforts will benefit communities,ecosystems and economies across the state, region and nation.
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