SEA GRANT PROGRAM ANNUAL REPORT 1970-71
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SEA GRANT PROGRAM ANNUAL REPORT 1970-71

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    The Sea Grant Program at Texas A&M University began September 1968 as one of the first six institutional awards with a grant of $475,000, from the National Science Foundation. Since that time more than $5.8 million have been directed to the program through institutional contributions and federal funding, currently awarded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce. It has been one of thirteen broad-​based institutional marine programs in the nation and one of the first to become a Sea Grant College. Its third year of effort was climaxed with the designation of Texas ASM University as a Sea Grant College by Secretary of Commerce Maurice H. Stans, September 7, 1971. This past year's accomplishments contributed greatly toward this honor. They can best be considered through a review of the Sea Grant Program's relationship to: 1. The total university program in marine resources, 2. The statewide community, 3. Other educational institutions and industry and 4. Its internal organization. D​uring the 1970-71 funding year more than 158 university staff and faculty members were involved in Sea Grant sponsored activities. Forty-​five students were actively supported by Sea Grant in their research activities. The result has been a broad program which reaches into 22 departments of divisions in nine of the University's 10 academic Colleges. In addition, staff members and students from other schools and universities as well as industrialists have worked on Sea Grant supported projects.
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    TAMU-Q-72-001
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