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Stockton College, the Marine Technology Society, and the NJ Marine Education Association welcome Dr. James Delgado, Director of Maritime Heritage at NOAA and Mr. Steve Nagiewicz of the Robert J. Walker Shipwreck expedition along with his Stockton team members to speak on two incredibly intriguing shipwrecks in our country’s history.

When: 3/19/2015
5:30 PM
Where: Stockton College, Campus Center Theatre
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, New Jersey  08205
United States
Presenter: Dr. James Delgado and Steve Nagiewicz
Contact: Steve Evert
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Dr. James Delgadois Director of Maritime Heritage in the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries for NOAA, he oversees heritage programs and active research in the nation’s waters, as well as outreach and education on America’s underwater and marine heritage.Among his duties is administering NOAA’s Congressionally and court-directed oversight of RMS Titanic.

Steve Nagiewicz served as co-expedition leader for the recent underwater investigation of the USCS Robert J. Walker.Working in partnership with the Stockton College and the NJ Historical Divers Association, members of the expedition documented the history and condition of this paddlewheel steamship as part of its designation on the National Parks Service Register of Historic Places.

March 19th, 2015 Stockton College, Campus Center Theatre

5:30 pmTheatre opens to the Public; research posters, socializing, refreshments
6:00 pm Welcome and Introductions
6:15 pm Stockton Marine Technology and the Robert J. Walker Shipwreck
7:00 pmKeynote Address, Dr. James Delgado speaks on the RMS Titanic
7:45 pmQ & A with Dr. James Delgado

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