Million fish and invertebrates processed by Juvenile Trawl Survey between 1955-2013
Recipients of joint degree from VIMS and W&M's Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy since 1997.
VIMS graduate students selected for Knauss Marine Policy Fellowships
"What set VIMS apart for me when I was choosing a graduate program in marine science was its lofty reputation, resources available to its students, and location."
“VIMS has such a great reputation and I knew without a doubt that I would apply here. What really hooked me was how VIMS takes pride in fully supporting its students, and how student-oriented the program is.”
"The people are the most unique thing about VIMS! From Sponsored Programs, to maintenance, to the Print Shop, to faculty, people are good at what they do and care about the Institute. It makes it a wonderful place to go to work each day."
“The relationship VIMS has with the broader community in terms of advising and education is unique. That’s one of the many reasons I chose VIMS; because I knew there would be more opportunities to be involved in outreach here than at other institutions.”
"VIMS' benefits are extensive and far reaching around the globe. Recent outreach efforts, especially in the local area with events like Marine Science Day, have really made VIMS a recognized authority on the Chesapeake Bay."