University of South Florida, College of Marine Science

University of South Florida, College of Marine Science

University of South Florida, College of Marine Science

The College of Marine Science continues to be a global leader in applying science to society’s needs through research, service, and training of future scientists.

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140 7th Ave. South , St. Petersburg , FL 33701 USA

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Business Type:
Research institute
Industry Type:
Environmental
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Employees:
1-10
Turnover:
less than 1,000,000 €

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Staff

  • 23 Full time faculty
  • 44 Research Associates
  • 40 Technical Associates
  • 10 Administrative Staff
  • 12 Support Staff

Students

  • 111 Graduate Students
  • 58% Doctoral, 42% Master's
  • 65% Female, 35% Male
  • 9% International
  • 21% US Minority
  • 22 Fellowships averaging $10,000 - $22,000 Per Year
  • 50 Graduate Assistants Appointed on Average Per Year

Facilities

  • 11 acre waterfront campus
  • 3 major buildings
  • Dockside facilities for most oceanographic research vessels
  • 2 State of Florida research vessels (Florida Institute of Oceanography)

Research

  • $21 million/yr in research funding
  • Centers and Institutes
    • Center of Ocean Technology
    • Center for the Prediction of Red Tide
    • Global Change Research Center
    • Institute for Marine Remote Sensing (IMaRs) - University of South Florida

13 Laboratories

  • Biological Oceanography
    • Ecosystems
    • Marine Fluorescence
    • Microbiology
    • Physiology
    • Institute for Marine Remote Sensing (ImaRS)
  • Chemical Oceanography
    • Organic geochemistry
  • Geological Oceanography
    • Geophysics
    • Paleoceanography/Paleoclimatology
    • Reef Indicators
    • Seafloor mapping
  • Physical Oceanography
    • Ocean Circulation
    • Ocean Modeling and Prediction

4 Ocean Modeling, Ocean Sensors, and Real-Time Data Systems

  • Coastal Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System (COMPS)
  • Tampa Bay Physical Oceanography Real-Time Systems (PORTS)
  • Indian Ocean Modeling
  • Ocean Sensors Gateway

Education and Outreach

  • Oceanography Camp for Girls
  • In Service Teacher Oceanongraphy Workshop (In-TOW)
  • OCEANS Teaching Fellowships (formerly GK-12)
  • Spoonbill Bowl - National Ocean Sciences Bowl
  • Graduate Courses