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Most CEOE staff continue to work remotely. While we are not in the office, we are still available to help. Visit our About page to find out how to reach important college and department personnel.

Where the world is your classroom


The College of Earth, Ocean and Environment (CEOE) at the University of Delaware is dedicated to advancing the understanding of our planet’s natural systems, from plate tectonics and turbulent hurricanes to historic coastal estuaries and the deepest reaches of the ocean. Join us as we discover our world and strive to create a vibrant future for all those who share it.

UD College of Earth, Ocean and Enviornment impacts the world: youtube.com/watch?v=4jx4iMfBX2Q

Hands-on learning


Our faculty, researchers, and students are always asking big questions. Determined and curious, they seek answers in the field: aboard research vessels, hiking in marshes, combing beaches and diving underwater.

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As a student at CEOE, you will enjoy state-of-the-art learning experiences both within the classroom and out in the field, developing skills needed for today’s job market.
 

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Discover the Latest Science


Relying on a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach, CEOE researchers tackle complex problems across earth, ocean and environmental topics.
 

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Make an Impact with CEOE


It takes just one person to make a difference. Become a part of the vibrant community of volunteers, scholars and scientists at one of the world’s leading marine research and education programs.

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News & Events

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  • ‘Troubling care’ in the NICU

    Article by Adam Thomas | October 23, 2020

    UD’s Lindsay Naylor examines care practices in neonatal intensive care unit

  • Remove dam, help fish

    Article by Mark Jolly-Van Bodegraven | October 22, 2020

    UD researchers find removal of Brandywine Creek dam opened habitat for American Shad

  • Peak grain

    Article by Beck Lockwood, University of Birmingham | October 06, 2020

    Aquifer depletion on parts of the U.S. High Plains jeopardizes grain production

  • Eco-Entrepreneurship Forum

    Article by Mark Jolly-Van Bodegraven | October 26, 2020

    Learn about UD opportunities for students and faculty

  • Remove dam, help fish

    Article by Mark Jolly-Van Bodegraven | October 22, 2020

    UD researchers find removal of Brandywine Creek dam opened habitat for American Shad

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