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Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
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Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
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Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
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Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
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Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
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Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
Oregon Sea Grant: Looking Forward
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Oregon Sea Grant director Stephen Brandt's presentation(s) for the Feb. 16-17, 2010 "all-hands" Sea Grant meeting, Corvallis, OR

Oregon Sea Grant director Stephen Brandt's presentation(s) for the Feb. 16-17, 2010 "all-hands" Sea Grant meeting, Corvallis, OR

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    • 1. Looking Forward
      • National Sea Grant
      • 2. Regional
      • 3. Statewide
      • 4. Oregon State University
      • 5. Oregon Sea Grant
      • 6. Additional Director Goals
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 7. National Sea Grant
      • Climate Services
      • 8. Planning, Implementation, Evaluation (PIE)
    • a single, reliable and authoritative source for climate data, information, and decision-support services to help individuals, businesses, communities and governments make smart choices in anticipation of a climate changed future
    • 9. Climate Services:
      Are there new opportunities for US to deliver climate services better?
      Opportunities for regional/national initiatives or leadership?
      How will this affect NOAA Research (OAR), the National Sea Grant Program and national budgeting priorities?
    • 10. National Sea Grant
      Planning, Implementation, Evaluation (PIE)
      ???
    • 11. Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation (PIE)
      Develop and deliver high quality programming and information for users
      Plan strategic investments in science and education
      Accountability as measured against performance measures, outcomes and impacts.
      Strive for continuous improvement and responsiveness
    • 12. What is really new about THIS plan?
      • We are being evaluated on how well we do what we said we were going to do.
      • 13. Your monthly/annual reports actually matter…A LOT
      • 14. More attention to measures of our societal impact.
      • 15. It may actually make it easier for you to report your successes
    • What is really new about THIS plan?
      • All program activities and resources included
      • 16. Based on integrated program impacts, not on functional areas
      • 17. Encourages/rewards collaboration among programs
      • 18. The evaluation process should be transparent, straightforward, and not burdensome
    • Planning
      • National 4-year Plans
      • 19. State 4-year Plans
      • 20. Alignment
    • 21. Evaluation (PIE)
      Annual Review
      Recommendations
      Site Visit Review
      Decertification
      4 years - 2010
      Performance Review
      Rating
      4 years - 2011
    • 22. Performance Review Panels and Merit Rating
      2011
      Annual Reviews
      Site Visit Review
      Program Summary
      Assess overall impact on society from both an environmental and socioeconomic perspective based on our four year plan.
      How well did the we achieve our stated outcomes, objectives and performance measures???
    • 23. Performance Review Panel (PRP)
      Focus on overall impact on society
      • Evaluated against their 4-year plans for each focus area (national and state-specific)
      • 24. Additional recognition for outstanding performance relative to available Federal resources
      • 25. Ratings weighted by importance to each program (according to % of total resources allocated to each focus area)
      • 26. Initial PRP in 2011 focused on demonstrated progress toward goals of 4-year plan
      • 27. Separate working groups for each focus area
    • Program Rating and Allocation: An Example
      If average rating for all programs was 3.5, total rating points = 32 x 3.5 = 112
      If merit funding pool was $4M, each rating point is worth $4M / 112 = $36K
      This program’s merit funding would be 4.0 x $36K = $144K
    • 28. Oregon State Sea Grant Program Plan
      15
    • 29. OREGON SEA GRANT PROGRAM2010 NSGO WINTER REVIEW
      Jim Murray
    • 30. Perf. Measure/Outcome Highlights
      17
      SCD: Increase number economists and social scientists involved in state spatial planning processes advisors and employees ($400% from 0 to 4)
      HRCC: Percentage of coastal counties that implement plans to adapt to hazards (70% increase, 5 counties)
      SSS: Percentage of fishermen trained in at sea genetic stock identification techniques (50% increase, 50 trained fishermen)
      HCE: Percentage of Oregon coastal communities that utilize OSG watershed health and water resource planning tools (35% increase, 12 coastal communities)
    • 31. Network Activities - 2009
      Nancee Hunter - Serves on Exec. Comm. on Sea Grant Education Network; Co-Chair of West Coast Governor’s Agreement on Ocean Health (Ocean Literacy Action Coordination Team)
      Joe Cone – Member of HRCC Focus Team, National Climate Steering Committee (and Communicators liaison for both)
      Evelyn Paret - Chair of SG Fiscal Officers Network, Member of SGA Network Advisory Committee and Program Mission Committee
      Rasmussen/Brandt - Lead of West Coast Regional Marine Research Planning effort
      Stephen Brandt- Appointed Chair on Oregon State University Marine Council; State of Oregon Scientific & Tech Advisory Committee; and Oregon Nearshore Legislative Task Force. Named to Oregon Coast Aquarium Board
    • 32. Highlights of Metrics
      19
      Volunteer hours: 7,359 [Oregon value @ $17.90 per hour =$131,726]
      Total Students supported: 53 (includes 2 state fellows)
      12,000 student attendees (K-12) participated in Sea Grant marine education programs, camps, lab & activities and 174 (K-12) educators attended SG professional development sessions
      5950 people participated in133 SG sponsored extension workshops
      5003 people attended 84 public extension outreach presentations
      54 publications produced
      150,000 visitors to the Visitor Center in 2009. Donation record set.
    • 33. Best Management Practices
      20
      Strong integration of Extension, Research, Education and Communications elements into the program and operational components of Sea Grant.
      Active advisory council, leadership team.
      Involving extension, education, and communications in proposal selection process. Program funds dispersed only to projects the meet the high standards of our competitive process.
      Rigorous recruitment, competition and selection processes for our several fellowships, and scholarships
      Coordinating regional RFP involving other SG programs.
      Regional Research Planning effort directly linked to the West Coast Regional Ocean Governance
      SG Education linkage with Oregon Coast Aquarium, K-12 Ed, HMSC, VC, Lincoln Co. schools
      Innovative and effective community engagement. Maintaining role as a trusted broker with all stakeholders. Building an maintaining robust and long term partnerships.
      Integration of social and economic sciences into Sea Grant, state, and regional efforts
      Expanding opportunities through outside funding
    • 34. October 5 – 6, 2010
      Every 4 years
      5 members
      Federal Program Officer
      Sea Grant Director
      Advisory Bd
      Two others
      1.5 days only
      Meet with programs management team, Advisory council, stakeholders and OSU administration
      Oregon Sea Grant Site Visit
    • 35. Site Visits
      Evaluation focus is on:
      Approach to Management and Organization
      Scope & success of engagement with stakeholders
      Collaboration with other Sea Grant and external partners
      Not intended to assess impacts
      Briefing Book NO LONGER THAN 20 pages
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 36. Site Visits
      Particular Interest In:
      Involvement of Partners
      Omnibus proposal development process
      Balance and integration of research, outreach and education
      Stakeholder support and engagement
      Collaboration with other Sea Grant programs
      Directors engagement with the program, host university and the advisory board
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 37. Regional
      • West Coast Governors Agreement Fellows
      • 38. Ocean Acidification Workshop
      • 39. RISA Regional Integrated Science and Assessment (NW Climate Decision-Support Consortium)
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 40. Statewide
      • Presentations to sister universities - 2010
      • 41. Coastal Trip
      • 42. Nearshore Task Force
    • Coastal TripMarch 20-28
    • 43. Overview of the Nearshore Research Task Force
      OPAC January 29, 2010
      Dr. Stephen B. Brandt
    • 44. HB 3106
      Passed June 2009, effective July 1, 2009
      Identified 7 specific positional members and 7 representative slots for community appointees
      Overarching Purpose – create a Task Force on Nearshore Research to make recommendationson “a long-term funding and coordination strategy for implementing the nearshore priorities of the state.”
    • 45. Notes about HB 3106
      Conceived by Rep Roblan and others to address the needs for coordinated and trusted nearshore research in Oregon, specifically:
      How to use data and science to inform Oregon in moving forward
      Trusted protocols for data collection and use of data and science in decisions
      Process for data transparency, credibility and sharing
      Effective collaboration and use of existing resources
      Consider the need for a long-term nearshore organization
      Systems for public involvement in research and decisions
      Long-term research funding strategy
      Recommendations for legislation due no later than August 1, 2010
      Task Force will be repealed January 2012
    • 46. Membership - Agencies/Institutions
      Gil Sylvia - Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station
      Craig Young - Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
      Stephen Brandt - Oregon Sea Grant
      Caren Braby - Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (MRP)
      Bob Bailey - DLCD Ocean & Coastal Services Division
      Onno Husing - Oregon Coastal Zone Management Association
      Jeff Kroft - Department of State Lands
    • 47. Membership - Community
      Terry Thompson - local government
      Sybil Ackerman - conservation/environmental
      Mike Lane - commercial fishing industry
      Frank Warrens - sport fishing industry
      Leesa Cobb - community-based fishing
      Laura Anderson - nearshore industry (non-fishing)
      Gus Gates - recreation (non-fishing)
      federal non-voting
      Cathy Tortorici – NOAA
      Roy Lowe – USFWS
    • 48. NRTF Structure
      Elected Chair and Vice Chair (Brandt/Ackerman)
      Operations Team (Brandt, Ackerman, Braby, Sylvia)
      Public Participation
      Non-member staff
      Jenna Borberg, Oregon Sea Grant Fellow in the Governor’s Office
      Julie Risien, Oregon Sea Grant
      Carol Cole, COMES
      Andy Lanier, DLCD
      Contractors (TBD)
      Funds administered though COMES at OSU
    • 49. Strategy
      Consider key documents, that consolidate and anticipate nearshore priorities
      Identify funding needs
      Determine transparent procedures and oversight to secure and administer public and private funds
      Identify mechanisms for data sharing and coordination among institutions and stakeholders
      Oregon
      Territorial
      Sea Plan
    • 50. Meeting Schedule (tentative)
      December 2-3, 2009 – Newport
      January 21-22, 2010 – Newport
      February 18, 2010 - Newport
      March 29, 2010 - TBD
      May 3, 2010 - TBD
      June 10-11, 2010 - TBD
      July 22-23, 2010 - TBD
    • 51. Progress to Date
      Elected a Chair, Vice Chair and established an Operations Team
      Established a system for public involvement (meeting testimony, list-serve, website, outreach events)
      Received over $150k to operate
      Detailed review of existing nearshore priorities and planning documents
      Examined Oregon’s current ocean and coastal research and management structure
      Review and discussion of several statewide and regional science models for nearshore research and information (WA, CA, RI, MA, NZ)
    • 52. Progress to Date
      January meeting results – Questions
      • Geographic area
      • 53. Program history
      • 54. Funding levels/sources
      • 55. Key program elements
      • 56. Coordination functions
      • 57. Linkage of science to management
      • 58. Data collection/sharing
      • 59. Criteria for setting research priorities
      • 60. Assessment of strengths and weaknesses
    • Next Meeting
      Core principals of:
      Institutional framework for linking science
      Setting research priorities for policy, management, monitoring, and education/outreach
      Funding processes for research
      Establish methods for generating, collecting, and sharing data and information
      Processes for scientific review
    • 61. Nearshore Task ForceWhat does this mean for you?
      New way for the state to integrate marine science into policy, management, education and outreach
      New funding mechanism(s)
    • 62. www.OregonOcean.info/nearshore
    • 63. Oregon State University
      • Marine Sciences Display at February Ocean Sciences meeting
      • 64. Marine Council
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 65. OSU Marine Council
      Background
    • 66. OSU Marine Council
      Membership: 18 Deans, Directors, Department heads of marine-related entities at OSU
      Objectives:
      • Provide integrated and coordinated approaches that span research, education, outreach, partnerships, state and federal legislation, advancement, fund raising, and facilities to address key marine issues and opportunities;
      • 67. Provide an initial point of contact on marine issues;
      • 68. Increase external partnerships
      • 69. Identify emerging opportunities
      • 70. Enhance marine facilities
      • 71. Enhance outreach/engagement to serve state, regional and stakeholder needs.
    • OSU Marine Council
      Action Coordination Teams
      NOAA Fleet relocation to Newport
      Nearshore Task Force
      Institutional/research facilities
      Ocean Observing Systems
      New Federal Centers such as the Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center
      West Coast Governors Agreement on Ocean health
      Emerging Issues
    • 72. OSU Marine Council
      What does this mean to you?
      What is the next “Action Issue’?
      Single point of contact for major marine sciences issues
      Integration across OSU campus
      Formal way to get involved in OSU approach to these issues
      Sea Grant Leadership -
      Who’s on first!
    • 73. Oregon Sea Grant
      • Strategic and Implementation Plans
      • 74. Directory
      • 75. ODFW Fellows
      • 76. Summer Fellows
      • 77. Advisory Council membership
      • 78. ORG structure and search for Extension Leader
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 79. Program Organizational Chart
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    • 80. Oregon Sea Grant
      • Integration
      • 81. Policy Guidelines
      • 82. Proposal Process – November RFP?
      • 83. State Budgets, Furlough
      • 84. Extension Budget /processes (Jay)
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 85. Directors Goals for 2010
      Success for Oct 5 -6 site review
      Progress on Alignment
      Selection of Extension and Other leadership
      Staffing plan
      Integration with OSU – Marine Council
      Integration within state – STAC, Nearshore Task Force, Coastal Trip etc
      Integration regionally
      (something national)??
    • 86. Directors Goals for 2010
      Administrative integration – then programmatic
      One Sea Grant
      Fill 3 advisory Council seats
      New Grants competition
      Program development and Growth ‘ gap analysis’?
    • 87. Questions?
    • 88.
    • 89. External Funding
      • Sea Grant Faculty are encouraged to seek external funding to enhance their professional development, scholarly activities, and promote the goals of Oregon Sea Grant and OSU.
      • 90. Senior Personnel working on external projects will receive 50% of the salary bought by the project on an accrued basis.
      • 91. Accruals will be distributed in their IOB budget at the beginning of each fiscal year.
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 92.
    • 93.
      • What is the Vision for Oregon Sea Grant?
      • 94. Where are we going?
      • 95. How are we going to get there?
      • 96. What’s the big plan?
      • 97. What is the Directors Secret Plan?
      • 98. How can I provide input?
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 99. ?????
    • 100. What is Oregon Sea Grant?
      Mission is to develop and support an integrated program of research, outreach, and education that helps people understand, rationally use, and conserve marine and coastal resources.
      Our activities respond to the needs of ocean stakeholders and act to stimulate the Oregon economy.
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 101. What do we want to do?What is our longer-term goal?
      • Strengthen the base (strengthen our strengths)
      • 102. Grow the program capabilities
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 103. Strengths
      • Long-standing well supported program
      • 104. Partnerships (fed, state, universities, local, other SG programs)
      • 105. Integrated research, extension, education and communications (have all the pieces).
      • 106. Neutrality (ability to bring broad range of partners together without taking positions on issues – our role is as trusted broker)
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 107. Strengths
      • Nimbleness – ability to create new initiatives with new funds quickly
      • 108. Breadth – faculty in 7 colleges (over a dozen Departments)
      • 109. Competitive research selection process – fund only projects of both scientific excellence and societal relevance.
      • 110. Strong evaluation – adaptive and constantly improving methods of research selection, education, communication and community engagement.
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 111. University Interests
      and Priorities
      National , Regional, State
      Priorities
      Stakeholder
      Needs
      Oregon Sea Grant
      Experience, Knowledge,
      And Capabilities
    • 112. Program Growth – Where?
      How can we take advantage of our strengths/leadership in areas such as the social sciences, renewable energy?
      Are there critical gaps in expertise e.g. Climate? Columbia River?
      What is our #1 Programmatic priority?
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 113. BIG Ideas
      What should OSG strive to accomplish?
      Think About:
      How can we apply the unique integrated capabilities of Sea Grant?
      What trends will shape our future?
      What challenges or opportunities will we face?
      If we all put our efforts together, how can we help the people of this state and beyond?
      What one topic would we spend a new $500k- $1M on?
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 114. Program Growth – How?
      Action Coordination Teams
      New initiatives
      Integrated Proposals for Program Development
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 115. What can you do to help?
      TALK TO US
      Be involved
      Action Coordination Teams with OSG and OSU
      Partnerships
      New ideas
      Proposal Development
      Integration
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 116.
    • 117. Oregon Sea Grant
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
      • Improving Human Health and Safety Related to
      Ocean and Coastal Use
      • Promoting Social Progress and Economic Vitality
      • 118. Enhancing the Sustainability of Coastal
      Ecosystems
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    • 119. Oregon Sea Grant
      Education: Formal
      & Free-choice
      Communications
      Extension
      Program
      Development
      and Partnerships
      Research
    • 120. Criteria for Setting Priorities
      Primarily Statewide and regional needs
      Through assessment workshops and surveys
      Regional Research and Information Needs report
      Citizens Advisory Council
      Alignment with National Sea Grant and NOAA priorities
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 121. Competitive Research
      Two main criteria:
      • Societal relevance
      • 122. Scientific excellence
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 123. 2010 RFP Process
      • Pre-proposal review process
      • 124. An external review of scientific quality;
      • 125. A Sea Grant and Advisory Council review to examine projectsocietal relevance and recommend project elements to improve relevance, transition of results to the public; and impact
      • 126. Full proposal stage includes:
      • 127. A key outreach or education point-of-contact devoted to each project to assist in development of meaningful outreach components.
      • 128. External Mail Reviews (3 – 5 per proposal)
      • 129. Eight member Science Panel to evaluate proposals largely for scientific excellence
      • 130. Advisory Council to rate societal relevance of top ranked proposals.
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 131. Research Proposal ReviewsTimeline
      Preliminary proposals due: February 6
      Invitations for full proposals: March 6
      Full proposals due: May 8
      Peer review period: May 9 to July 30
      Reviews to investigators: July 31
      Investigator responses to reviews due: August 7
      Science Panel meeting:  August 12 – 13
      Advisory Council meeting:  August 20 – 21
      Notice of funding decisions: September 4
      Successful projects begin: Feb 1, 2010
       
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 132. Research Proposal ReviewsSummary
      We received 63 preliminary proposals by 58 different investigators from 6 different Oregon institutions.
       
      We encouraged 30 to submit full proposals. 
      We received 31 Full Proposals by 30 different investigators from six different institutions.
       
       
                                                                                      Sea Grant Cost Share
      Preliminary Proposal total request:          $9.77M $2.63M
      Full Proposal total request:                         $5.65M $1.81M
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 133. 2010 – 2011 Projects
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 143. Linkage of Science to Management
      • Only fund science with relevance
      • 144. PIs required to demonstrate how they will conduct needed outreach and transition results to management.
      • 145. Extension agents as POC on research projects and linked into local management structures
      OREGON SEA GRANT
      Coastal Science Serving Oregon
    • 146. spare

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