by Veronica on 2016/09/30

in Southeast

Live Ship-to-Shore Events with the JOIDES Resolution!
Live ship-to-shore event sign-ups are now open for IODP Exp. 363 Western Pacific Warm Pool, October 6 – Dec. 8, 2016. Live events are free but fill up on a first come-first served basis. You can sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdrP1wutec52z6o5D73jTQRgqMJ_sb0it45YPAroCbxb-B7mA/viewform For more information, visit here: http://joidesresolution.org/node/1746  And see our video about our live events: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5M-GM_4jmNY

Project WILD Facilitator Training
Have you completed a Project WILD workshop and want to take it to the next level? Join Project WILD December 2-4 for a FREE facilitator training at Everglades Youth Conservation Camp. See flyer for more details, and to register.

Natural Science Education Training at MacArthur Beach State Park
10/21/16 Project WILD and Aquatic WILD
12/23/16 Flying WILD and Schoolyard Wildlife
2/20/17 Project Learning Tree
3/17/17 Project WILD and Aquatic WILD
Please see the attached flyer (NSET Registration) for more information, and to register.

NOAA’s Teacher at Sea Program
We are pleased to announce NOAA’s Teacher at Sea Program will accept applications for 2017 starting in November. Applications and references are accepted only through our online application system from November 1 – 30, 2016. The application closes at 5:00 pm ET on November 30.Until then, interested applicants should:1. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about program eligibility and expectations. http://teacheratsea.noaa.gov/#/faqs/
2. Download the pdf preview of our application to review the questions that we ask and, if so inclined, begin preparing responses.http://teacheratsea.noaa.gov/about/applications/NOAA_TAS_Blank_Application_2017.pdf

Calling all NOSB Alumni
This coming school year, the NOSB will be celebrating its 20th anniversary! We want to get in touch with you, our NOSB alumni, and find out what you’re doing and the impact the NOSB has had on your life and career. It’s okay if you’re not a marine scientist – we want to hear from you no matter what career path you took. Specifically we’d like to know:

  1. What you’re doing. If you’re in school, what are you majoring in? If you’re out of school, what type of work are you doing?
  2. A brief statement about how the NOSB impacted your life and career (this can be as short as a sentence or as long as you like).
  3. Relevant details – what years you participated, when you graduated, what high school you went to, and your regional bowl.

You can send us this information through:
Email: nosb@oceanleadership.org
Twitter: Use the handle @NOSBRocks and/or the hashtag #NOSBAlums
Facebook: Post on our National Ocean Sciences Bowl Facebook page
Snail mail: NOSB, 1201 New York Ave, NW 4th Floor Washington, DC 20005

Citizen Science Water Quality Program
November 5th, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Loggerhead Marinelife Center: 14200 US Highway One Juno Beach, FL 33408
Participants at this public workshop will learn about water quality and sampling techniques to become Citizen Scientists in their community. Resources available for teachers, students, and community members. See attached flyer for details, and to register!

Palm Beach County Natural Areas “Adventure Awaits” Fall Event Series
With 16 free events scheduled from September through November, there are many opportunities to interact with Environmental Resources Management naturalists as they lead sunset hikes, cycling and paddling tours, teach nature photography skills and explore the night sky. Participate in one experience or multiple activities. Click here to learn more and register for these FREE events!

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