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11.01.2017
Speakers will address their path into the private sector, the nature of the work in their current position, the range of positions available in their field, and the skills and experiences that can best prepare a student interested in a similar career pathway.  MORE >>
10.19.2017
Please join us for the second webinar in the Geosciences Workforce Awareness series.  MORE >>
09.27.2017
This webinar series is a follow-up to the workshop conducted during the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting exploring career pathways for geosciences students.  MORE >>
05.23.2017 - 05.25.2017
Save the date for the 2017 Global Ocean Science Education (GOSE) Workshop confirmed for 23-55 May 2017 in Venice, Italy!  MORE >>
05.21.2017 - 05.26.2017
Want to explore ocean science? Spend time in the field and in the laboratory? Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences will host its 28th annual Keller BLOOM Program May 21-26, 2017!  MORE >>
01.24.2017 - 02.07.2017
A three-part webinar series on the technology and engineering needed to generate energy from the ocean.  MORE >>
12.20.2016
STAY TUNED FOR OUR NEXT SHOW - Tuesday December 20, 2016 - Giving Back to Our Marine Systems  MORE >>
12.19.2016
Join the conveners of the Global Ocean Science Education (GOSE) Workshops to discuss the 2017 GOSE Workshop.  MORE >>
12.12.2016
COSEE is collaborating with AGU to offer a workshop during the AGU Fall Meeting focused on careers for geosciences students.  MORE >>
11.15.2016
Join us as we discuss dolphin cognition and the life of Dr. Louis Herman.  MORE >>
11.09.2016 - 11.10.2016
The COSEE Council will conduct this meeting to address priorities over the next two years. The community may provide input here.  MORE >>
11.03.2016 - 11.04.2016
Learn new approaches to bring climate change awareness to your formal or informal educational setting, hear from keynote speaker Andy Pershing, Chief Scientist at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute, and many other scientists and educators focused on Ocean Literacy Principle #3.  MORE >>
10.28.2016
This symposium will focus on the changing nature of the world’s oceans and features scientists who've participated in past COSEE events.  MORE >>
10.18.2016
Join us on All Things Marine as we learn more about the deep reefs in Hawaii and explore Hawaii's amazing marine mammals.  MORE >>
09.20.2016
Join us as we learn more about the reefs in Guam and explore Underwater World Aquarium and their conservation events.  MORE >>
07.26.2016
The Consortium for Ocean Science Exploration and Engagement (COSEE) invites educators, scientists, and interested parties to participate in its final webinar as part of the 2016 series.  MORE >>
07.19.2016
Join us as we discuss sustainability, sports, and sailing our oceans through 11th Hour Racing and several of the projects and teams that they support.  MORE >>
06.21.2016
Join us as we discuss two important initiatives happening this summer that are related to coral reef conservation.  MORE >>
06.19.2016 - 07.15.2016
The Dauphin Island Sea Lab offers a month long class in marine science for high school students. Students spend much of their time outside in the marine environments around Dauphin Island learning by doing  MORE >>
06.13.2016 - 06.15.2016
Save the date for the 2016 Global Ocean Science Education (GOSE) Workshop confirmed for 13-15 June 2016 in Paris, France at UNESCO Headquarters.  MORE >>
05.22.2016 - 05.28.2016
Please join us for a week-long, hands-on experience using several marine technologies. Participants will log time on research vessels, collect data using ROVs, sonar, sensors and buoys and learn about the multiple applications of these technologies.  MORE >>
05.18.2016
The COSEE network has developed, implemented, and tested several professional development models with early career scientists, which will be shared during this webinar.  MORE >>
05.17.2016
Join us as we talk to three exceptional voyagers who have recently sailed on Hokulea during the Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage.  MORE >>
04.19.2016
Join us as we talk with scientists exploring remote hydrothermal vents in the Lau Basin between Fiji and Tonga.  MORE >>
04.12.2016
Join us for a discussion with Drs. Jennifer Sneed and Esther Guzman!  MORE >>
04.07.2016 - 04.28.2016
We are pleased to offer a new approach to understanding how to access, customize, and share NASA data.  MORE >>
03.22.2016
The 2016 Webinar Series will engage participants with experts to discuss examples of COSEE’s effective practices and activities.  MORE >>
03.17.2016
Dr. Stephen Box (Smithsonian Marine Station) will share how he and his team engage with communities, industry partners, NGOs, and governments to support science-based decision making.  MORE >>
03.15.2016
Join us as we talk about marine mammal community and education efforts in Hawaii spanning from marine mammal necropsy to classroom education.  MORE >>
02.21.2016 - 02.26.2016
The Consortium for Ocean Science Exploration and Engagement will be an active participant in the 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting sessions, workshops, panels and poster displays.  MORE >>
02.18.2016
Discover a whole new world of marine life that science has largely missed!  MORE >>
02.16.2016
Join us as we talk about with artist who work at sea with marine scientists.  MORE >>
02.16.2016
Join us at Sailfish Brewing Company as we sort out fact from fiction on ocean topics with three local marine biologists.  MORE >>
01.21.2016
Drs. Justin Campbell and James Douglas will discuss the environmental pressures impacting these underwater meadows and highlight how scientific research has contributed to a greater understanding of seagrass resilience.  MORE >>
01.19.2016
Join us as we talk about the exciting marine science and conservation programs in 2016.  MORE >>
01.13.2016 - 03.23.2016
Adults and seniors are invited to enjoy a series of six lectures presented by local researchers and experts in marine science  MORE >>
12.15.2015
Join us as we talk about the latest technologies in robotic vehicles in the air and the sea.  MORE >>
12.08.2015
Join us as we discuss how leaders in the community have created ways for Miamians to learn about our changing environment.  MORE >>
12.01.2015
Join COSEE Florida this month as we explore how filter feeders are improving the Indian River Lagoon!  MORE >>
11.17.2015
Join us as we talk marine conservation and reef resilience with previous Hawaii marine managers who now work across the globe.  MORE >>
11.16.2015
Join us as we discuss how you can get involved in growing Miami responsibly as the environment changes.  MORE >>
10.21.2015
Join us as we discuss how Miami's changing environment will affect costs of living.  MORE >>
10.20.2015
Join us as we chat with scientists about the serious bleaching epidemic affecting corals in both the main and Northwestern Hawaiian Islands  MORE >>
09.30.2015
Join COSEE Florida as we discuss how Miami's changing environment will affect health concerns such as asthma and infectious diseases.  MORE >>
09.23.2015
Join Ocean Engineer Dr. Stephen Wood and Civil Engineer Matthew Mitts as they share insights on the fields of engineering.  MORE >>
09.15.2015
Join us as we chat with scientists just back from the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands about deep reef areas and amazing geological features.  MORE >>
08.23.2015 - 03.15.2015
CSG is now accepting applications from current 9th graders for the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters.  MORE >>
08.18.2015
Join us as we connect with scientists via satellite on Schmidt Ocean Institute's Research Vessel Falkor as they measure small scale ocean mixing at the equator.  MORE >>
08.07.2015 - 08.08.2015
Work directly with JPL scientists to discover how NASA satellites are providing data on ocean circulation, the water cycle, and climate issues such as sea level rise. Content and hands-on activities will allow you to help your audiences understand real-world applications in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).  MORE >>
07.23.2015
Join COSEE Florida this month as we explore food and conservation marine science in one evening!  MORE >>
07.21.2015 - 07.24.2015
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences is offering a professional development workshop for Maine high school science teachers.  MORE >>
07.21.2015
Join us as we discuss everything you wanted to know about sharks including shark attacks, shark deterrents, and how scientists tag deep sea sharks.  MORE >>
07.06.2015
Historically mangroves have been seen as useless swampland infested with mosquitoes that should be developed on. But current research is showing us that mangroves are more useful to our everyday lives than we thought.  MORE >>
06.26.2015 - 06.27.2015
Registration for the Global Ocean Science Education Workshop is now open!  MORE >>
06.23.2015
Join us as we discuss the final stages (Ocean Trials) of the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE held in Honolulu.  MORE >>
06.22.2015 - 08.14.2015
The Maine EPSCoR program provides Maine high school students with a paid, hands-on opportunity to participate in cutting edge research with faculty, postdocs, and graduate students at the UMaine.  MORE >>
06.11.2015
Join the conversation! #UnderwaterFest  MORE >>
06.08.2015 - 06.19.2015
A short course is being offered at the University of Maine's Darling Marine Center (DMC) for undergraduate and graduate students.  MORE >>
05.19.2015
Join us as we discuss the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary and their effort to work with communities to do more than just protect humpback whales.  MORE >>
05.17.2015 - 05.21.2015
The Keller BLOOM Program provides Maine high school juniors with a hands-on ocean science research experience.  MORE >>
05.12.2015
Trace metals, such as iron, can travel through the earth's crust and spew into the ocean in gigantic "megaplumes" from hydrothermal vents. Join us as we explore what is being uncovered about the journey of iron around the globe.  MORE >>
05.11.2015 - 07.01.2015
Learn first-hand about the process of scientific discovery and research at this seven-week paid internship!  MORE >>
05.07.2015
This webinar focuses on trace metals and their role in creating oxygen minimum zones - both naturally occurring and influenced by humans.  MORE >>
05.05.2015
This webinar will follow the path of nutrients critical to phytoplankton growth - and explore the question of how that relationship may (or may not) hold a solution to combat climate change.  MORE >>
04.30.2015
In the opening to the GEOTRACES webinar series, Dr. Ben Twining and Dr. Phoebe Lam will invite you in to the world of trace metals and provide a broad look at how these elements are used to understand the ocean's past, present and future.  MORE >>
04.22.2015
Come learn how you can enjoy and help protect what makes Miami special!  MORE >>
04.21.2015
Dive in as we explore the world of underwater robotics from a research ship all the way in the Timor Sea. Learn about AUVs, ROVs, and how these tools work together to monitor remote coral reefs.  MORE >>
03.17.2015
Join us as we connect with scientists via satellite on Schmidt Ocean Institute's Research Vessel Falkor as they chase giant underwater tides the size of sky scrapers.  MORE >>
02.26.2015
Join us as we discuss the conservation and political repercussions of social and historic barriers to the land.  MORE >>
02.24.2015
As a part of National Invasive Species Awareness Week, COSEE Florida is sponsoring a free Science Café in downtown Vero Beach to share information about invasive species in the Indian River Lagoon and Florida’s coastal ecosystems.  MORE >>
02.17.2015
Join us as we connect with scientists via satellite on Schmidt Ocean Institute's Research Vessel Falkor as they chase giant underwater tides the size of sky scrapers.  MORE >>
01.20.2015
Join us as we talk with the leading Hawaiian monk seal experts about monk seal hospitals, community response, and beer.  MORE >>
01.17.2015 - 02.13.2015
From January 17 through February 13, 2015, a team of scientists from several different research institutions will be sailing on Schmidt Ocean Institute’s research vessel Falkor, to explore hidden tides or giant underwater waves in the Tasman Sea, which will help provide information on future climate forecasting.  MORE >>
01.15.2015 - 01.17.2015
COSEE Florida is teaming-up with the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University and Boot Camps for Scientists, LLC to add a new Video Storytelling Boot Camp to the Presentation Boot Camp family of professional development workshops.  MORE >>
11.18.2014
Join us as we talk with scientists currently on board Research Vessel Falkor exploring the geology and biology of the mysterious Mariana Trench.  MORE >>
10.30.2014
Come join us with questions as we learn about geothermal resources development and its potential to shift how we consume energy in the Hawaiian Islands.  MORE >>
10.27.2014
Join us as we discuss how scientists are mapping the remote Ontong Java plateau and contributing to tsunami planning for the area. Additionally, learn the secrets of feeding thirty scientists at sea for a month at a time.  MORE >>
10.25.2014
This professional development introduces educators to the Okeanos Explorer Education Materials Collection, Volume 2: How Do We Explore?  MORE >>
10.16.2014
Join us for this year's Earth Science Week Webinar and hear how two NASA missions are observing changes in Earth's water cycle.  MORE >>
09.09.2014
Join us as we discuss Hawaiian sea turtle science and conservation in the Main and Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.  MORE >>
08.13.2014
Join us as we connect live with scientists aboard the NOAA ship Hiialakai from the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands or the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument  MORE >>
07.24.2014
This webinar targets undergraduate educators and provides a broad overview of resources available from IBP, including a tour of the Pathways to Science website.  MORE >>
07.08.2014 - 07.11.2014
Explore ocean science on the coast of Maine!  MORE >>
07.01.2014
Join us live, from Loihi Seamount on top of the underwater volcano on Schmidt Ocean Institute's R/V Falkor. We interview scientists doing research on this mystery island 5000 m below the surface.  MORE >>
06.18.2014 - 06.26.2014
This seven-day seminar is oriented towards high school science teachers who desire a solid foundation in climate science and wish to learn how to better communicate climate change to their students.  MORE >>
06.18.2014
Join us live, 60 miles north of Oahu in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, on Schmidt Ocean Institute's R/V Falkor.  MORE >>
06.03.2014
We celebrate World Ocean Day with three in-depth interviews of marine scientists helping protect our oceans.  MORE >>
05.20.2014
Embrace the wonders of marine science with this fascinating discussion on coral reefs, deep sea exploration, and octopuses.  MORE >>
05.18.2014 - 05.22.2014
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences will host the 25th annual Keller BLOOM Program this May for Maine high school juniors  MORE >>
05.07.2014
In part two of the Marine Debris webinar series, Dr. Jan Hafner and Dr. Nikolai Maximenko discuss how models can be used to predict and investigate marine debris.  MORE >>
04.30.2014
Dr. Erik Zettler presents the first webinar in a new COSEE-OS "Marine Debris" webinar series, featuring plastic debris in the ocean.  MORE >>
04.22.2014
Join us with our special student co-hosts to explore those helping to educate, study, and guide about our ocean in Hawaii.  MORE >>
04.16.2014 - 04.18.2014
Building on the success of last year's Broader Impacts Infrastructure Summit, the broader impacts community and NSF invite institutional BI support professionals to participate in a dialogue on the future of broader impacts support.  MORE >>
04.15.2014
The University of Hawaii just completed a 36 day mapping cruise in conjunction with the Schmidt Ocean Institute aboard their state of the art ship, R/V Falkor; learn more about their unique findings and the cutting-edge technology aboard the ship.  MORE >>
04.11.2014
Registration is now open to LA-area middle and high school students and teachers for this free educational event!  MORE >>
04.08.2014
Join Dr. Kara Lavender Law, Research Professor with the Sea Education Association for a discussion on the state of marine debris research on Tuesday, April 8!  MORE >>
03.13.2014
Today we have a very special episode interviewing deep-sea legend Dr. Sylvia Earle, along with the students who recently participated on the Schmidt Ocean Institute R/V Falkor Student Research Cruise.  MORE >>
03.03.2014 - 04.04.2014
Join keynote speakers, ocean explorers, scientists, ocean science educators and others interested in learning more about the deep Atlantic as you gain access to online teaching resources, ROV highlight videos, multimedia resources and join in conversations with colleagues from around the world.  MORE >>
02.27.2014
As part of the Gears Luncheon Workshop Series at this year's Ocean Sciences Meeting, COSEE NOW will host two workshops aimed at helping scientists share effective stories and broaden the impacts of their research.  MORE >>
02.26.2014
During this hour-long session, COSEE California facilitators will discuss how people learn complex concepts like climate science, and participants will gain a deeper understanding of how to connect learning with effective decision-making when it comes to climate science.  MORE >>
02.26.2014
Explore the positive factors that reduce barriers to participation and enable individuals to succeed and persist in STEM fields and careers at this Ocean Science Meeting luncheon  MORE >>
02.25.2014
COSEE NOW will host two workshops aimed at helping scientists share effective stories and broaden the impacts of their research at this year's Gears Luncheon Workshop Series.  MORE >>
02.24.2014
As part of the Gears Luncheon Workshop Series at this year's Ocean Sciences Meeting, COSEE-Ocean Systems will host a Monday afternoon session to help scientists successfully deconstruct their research and share their pathway into the field of marine science.  MORE >>
02.24.2014
Today we have a jam packed episode with many participants and organizers involved with the biannual 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting.  MORE >>
02.23.2014 - 02.27.2014
The 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Hawaii this February will see strong participation from a number of COSEE centers, with weekday lunchtime workshop sessions open to all OSM participants.  MORE >>
02.23.2014
The COSEE-sponsored Gears Luncheon Workshop Series is returning to Ocean Sciences 2014! Learn how to deconstruct your science, understand how people learn, build effective communication techniques, and broaden the research of your science.  MORE >>
02.20.2014 - 03.27.2014
Marine conservation organizations have joined together to offer a special Ocean Awareness Training (OAT) on O‘ahu. REGISTER NOW!  MORE >>
01.29.2014
Today we explore the wonderful student research being developed from the C-MORE scholars program, and learn about the program itself.  MORE >>
01.20.2014 - 01.24.2014
Since 2002, scientists from Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, and beyond have come to the Symposium to communicate research activities in the marine regions off Alaska. Plenary and poster sessions feature a broad spectrum of ocean science.  MORE >>
01.15.2014 - 02.09.2014
Join us in an outstanding new professional development course for science educators! Utilizing videos, websites, articles and a classic text, Peddiwell’s The Saber Tooth Curriculum, participants will merge the latest research in 21st century skills with relevant science topics.  MORE >>
12.03.2013
In this episode, we interview three fisheries biologists at NOAA doing fascinating and innovative research. We also highlight the upcoming Waimea Ocean Film Festival.  MORE >>
11.23.2013
A professional development workshop at Aquarium of the Pacific (Long Beach, CA) for educators of Grades 5-12 focusing on modern reasons for ocean exploration, including climate change, energy, ocean health and human health  MORE >>
11.22.2013
In this free, online webinar, NASA & CONAE scientists will discuss the applications of ocean data collected from space  MORE >>
11.19.2013
This free webinar will give participants the tips and tricks necessary for finding and applying for exciting paid summer research positions in STEM fields  MORE >>
11.19.2013
In this episode, we interview four important people involved in Makai Watch programs across the state.  MORE >>
11.16.2013
A professional development workshop at South Carolina Aquarium (Charleston, SC) for educators of Grades 5-12 focusing on modern reasons for ocean exploration, including climate change, energy, ocean health and human health  MORE >>
11.09.2013
A professional development workshop at Shedd Aquarium (Chicago, IL) for educators of Grades 5-12 focusing on modern reasons for ocean exploration, including climate change, energy, ocean health and human health  MORE >>
11.04.2013 - 11.15.2013
Meet and interact personally with C-DEBI scientists and collect resources and lessons to help you share their exciting research with your students  MORE >>
10.16.2013
Robert Ballard will discuss how he is using new and adanced technologies to bring his undersea explorations to the youth of the world  MORE >>
10.15.2013 - 12.01.2013
COSEE Florida is pleased to announce a nationwide video contest for ocean scientists beginning October 15, 2013  MORE >>
10.15.2013
In this episode, we interview three amazing researchers and managers who have been working on scientific monitoring and management of the molasses spill which occurred 36 days ago in Honolulu Harbor.  MORE >>
10.03.2013
New technologies are making it possible to meet the onset of immense environmental and societal challenges in the coming decades  MORE >>
10.01.2013 - 11.30.2013
COSEE Island Earth is proud to announce the first Student Ocean Film Contest with the Waimea Ocean Film Festival Jan 2-5, 2014  MORE >>
10.01.2013
Determining ocean salinity trends is not a simple task. With differences in the amount of water, heat, and salt constantly coming and going, as well as gradients across depth and latitude, it’s a challenging task to undertake. Dr. Farrar will share what data from a fixed mooring within the SPURS area can tell us about the overall “salt budget” for one of the saltiest parts of the world’s ocean.  MORE >>
09.28.2013 - 09.29.2013
During the intensive two-day workshop, you'll receive training in planning and preparing presentations that communicate messages more clearly and effectively and have a lasting impact on the audience.  MORE >>
09.24.2013
The atmosphere is not the only thing that affects the ever-changing ocean. Using in-water measurement tools such as profiling floats, as well as satellite data from SMOS and Aquarius instruments during the SPURS mission cruises, Dr. Riser has examined salinity changes in the SPURS area from the surface of the water to the depths of the ocean. Ultimately, Dr. Riser is seeking to investigate long term changes – by using a combination of observations from above and below.  MORE >>
09.21.2013 - 09.22.2013
If you are already a Presentation Boot Camp graduate, consider signing up for our Advanced Presentation Boot Camp (APBC) on September 21-22 at the University of South Florida’s College of Marine Science.  MORE >>
09.21.2013
This workshop will introduce educators to the educational kits and elementary level activities available from SCUTES  MORE >>
09.17.2013 - 09.18.2013
Decision makers need to hear from geoscientists. Become a citizen geoscientist and join many of your colleagues for this two-day event uniting geoscience researchers, professionals, students, educators, engineers, and executives in Washington, DC to raise visibility and support for the geosciences.  MORE >>
09.17.2013
It may be easy to think about studying the ocean by looking at a small section of it, but the reality is that water is constantly on the move. While highlighting his own research within the SPURS area, Julius will demonstrate how the atmosphere affects the water cycle both on land and in the ocean, and how the movement of seawater plays a crucial role in our understanding global ocean circulation.  MORE >>
09.12.2013
The Institute for Broadening Participation has created an ongoing series of webinars directed towards undergraduates who are considering entering graduate school. This webinar features IBP speakers Chris Cash and Liv Detrick, and 1-2 guest panelists who will share their experiences.  MORE >>
09.10.2013
In this episode, we interview three amazing researchers and community leaders who work out of the University of Hawaii Sea Grant office.  MORE >>
08.24.2013
This professional development workshop introduces educators to the Okeanos Education Materials Collection, Volume 2: How Do We Explore?  MORE >>
08.20.2013
This webinar will focus on new technologies and methods for identifying and monitoring Harmful Algal Blooms  MORE >>
08.14.2013
This professional development workshop introduces educators to the Okeanos Explorer Education Materials Collection, Volume 2: How Do We Explore?  MORE >>
08.13.2013
This professional development workshop introduces educators to the Okeanos Education Materials Collection, Volume 2: How Do We Explore?  MORE >>
08.09.2013 - 08.10.2013
Teachers will gain experience in how research teams, including faculty, staff, and students, work together to seek new knowledge about the impacts of climate change on marine life  MORE >>
08.07.2013
In this episode, we interview three amazing conservation leaders planning important events this summer, including the Hawaii Conservation Conference, the Hawaii Environmental Education Symposium, and the Through the Eyes of a Monk Seal event at Doris Duke Theater.  MORE >>
07.29.2013 - 08.02.2013
COSEE-TEK is currently partnering with COSEE – Pacific Partnerships with its focus on Community Colleges to develop and implement a week-long workshop focused on some of the ocean technology activities that COSEE-TEK developed and honed in previous years.  MORE >>
07.26.2013
A 1-hour webinar explaining recent changes made to the NSF Merit Review process, specifically where Broader Impacts are concerned.  MORE >>
07.18.2013
The Institute for Broadening Participation and COSEE-OS have once again teamed up to bring you a free 1-hour webinar to learn more about how to continue STEM science careers into the exciting realm of graduate research  MORE >>
07.18.2013
COSEE Florida will be holding a free webinar to familiarize the ocean science community with the changes to the NSF's Broader Impact Merit Review Criteria.  MORE >>
07.15.2013 - 07.16.2013
This 2-day learning forum from COSEE SouthEast will help scientists hone communication skills and provide techniques for working with the media, formal educators and informal science centers  MORE >>
07.10.2013 - 08.04.2013
This online course is geared for all educators and will explore how to incorporate the 4 Cs (communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity) into their curriculum  MORE >>
07.08.2013
This 1-hour webinar will provide an introduction to the science behind the expedition and the associated Education Expedition Module, including lesson plans and other resources to enable you and your students to delve more deeply into the expedition and follow along with it in real-time.  MORE >>
07.03.2013
In this episode we interview famed underwater photo journalist Brian Skerry about his work, experiences and thoughts on marine science and conservation.  MORE >>
06.27.2013
NOAA's Office of Ocean Exploration and Research invites formal and informal educators to participate in a webinar to introduce educational resources developed for an ocean exploration mission to the Northeast U.S. Canyons aboard the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer.  MORE >>
06.26.2013
Join us as we discover what IRSC science education students have learned while conducting research with local marine scientists.  MORE >>
06.26.2013
The final webinar in a series of 3 will focus on the impact of storm surge and look at historical hurricanes that have impacted the Northeast Atlantic coast.  MORE >>
06.24.2013 - 06.25.2013
Professional Development for Educators of Grades 5-12  MORE >>
06.22.2013
This professional development workshop for educators introduces Volume 2 of the Okeanos Explorer Education Materials Collection: How Do We Explore?  MORE >>
06.22.2013
This professional development workshop for educators introduces Volume 2 of the Okeanos Explorer Education Materials Collection: How Do We Explore?  MORE >>
06.04.2013
In this episode we will be exploring those in marine science and conservation who are working hard to preserve Hawaii's native flora and fauna from alien invaders.  MORE >>
05.22.2013
In this episode, we will be exploring those in marine science who are going above and beyond their normal research duties.  MORE >>
05.21.2013
This series of three, 1-hour webinars will focus on current topics in tropical storms and preparation for the upcoming 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season.  MORE >>
05.19.2013 - 05.23.2013
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences will host the 24th annual Keller BLOOM Program this May for Maine high school juniors  MORE >>
05.15.2013
The National Hurricane Center and the Hurricanes: Science and Society team invites 5th grade classes to participate in the next session of hurricane webinars for the Northeast regions of the U.S. that are prone to hurricanes.  MORE >>
05.13.2013
The National Hurricane Center and the Hurricanes: Science and Society team invites 5th grade classes to participate in the next session of hurricane webinars for the Southeast regions of the U.S. that are prone to hurricanes  MORE >>
05.08.2013
The National Hurricane Center and the Hurricanes: Science and Society team invites 5th grade classes to participate in the next session of hurricane webinars for the Northeast regions of the U.S. that are prone to hurricanes  MORE >>
05.04.2013
This professional development workshop for educators introduces Volume 2 of the Okeanos Explorer Education Materials Collection: How Do We Explore?  MORE >>
04.30.2013
How does one negotiate the right position to fit one’s needs? Participants will hear from Dr. Ashanti Johnson of IBP as well as two guest speakers who will discuss how to get the most out of a postdoc experience.  MORE >>
04.11.2013
COSEE-OS and the New England Ocean Science Education Collaborative are now accepting applications for a Broader Impacts Collaborations Workshop  MORE >>
04.06.2013
This professional development workshop for educators introduces Volume 2 of the Okeanos Explorer Education Materials Collection: How Do We Explore?  MORE >>
04.04.2013 - 04.05.2013
This 2-day learning forum from COSEE SouthEast will help scientists hone communication skills and provide techniques for working with the media, formal educators and informal science centers  MORE >>
04.02.2013
Today we broadcast live from Coconut Island, also known as Moku o Loe, at the University of Hawaii Manoa Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology in Kaneohe Bay.  MORE >>
03.19.2013
Join us as we discuss an important issue that affects us all: climate change and sea level rise.  MORE >>
03.14.2013 - 03.15.2013
This 2-day learning forum from COSEE SouthEast will help scientists hone communication skills and provide techniques for working with the media, formal educators and informal science centers  MORE >>
03.12.2013
What have we learned about the SPURS site and what's next? Dr. Bingham will show us the results of the team's research, including real data collected during the cruise.  MORE >>
03.05.2013
What affects ocean salinity, and why should we care? Dr. Schmitt will explain how ocean circulation works and its profound impacts on the climate.  MORE >>
02.26.2013
In the first webinar in a three part series, Dr. Eric Lindstrom will take us on an engaging trip through salinity research, revealing how ocean exploration has evolved over time  MORE >>
02.21.2013
This workshop will offer ocean and aquatic scientists ways to connect with diverse audiences while addressing barriers to participation  MORE >>
02.20.2013
This workshop will help ocean and aquatic scientists effectively share their research and pathway to science  MORE >>
02.19.2013
Today's topic on All Things Marine will take listeners to depths that have just recently been explored.  MORE >>
02.06.2013
In the third webinar of our three-part series on turbulence, Dr. Pete Jumars (University of Maine) will discuss some of the ocean's tiniest inhabitants, and how turbulence and fluid dynamics affect their chances for survival  MORE >>
01.31.2013
The Smithsonian Marine Station and Pelican Yacht Club present a 2013 Smithsonian Science Lecture, sponsored by COSEE Florida.  MORE >>
01.30.2013
Dr. Jeannette Yen (Georgia Tech) will discuss the effects of turbulence at different scales - from the cosmos to copepods, in Part II of our webinar series on turbulence  MORE >>
01.23.2013
In this webinar (Part I of III), Dr. Donald Webster will introduce us to the topsy-turvy world of turbulence  MORE >>
01.16.2013
In this episode of All Things Marine, we explore fish ponds across Oahu from Paepae o Heeia in the east to Loko Ea in the North.  MORE >>
01.03.2013 - 01.11.2013
This year's festival will feature a range of interesting and international films, including Chasing Ice, North of the Sun, and Jaws 'Changing the Game'.  MORE >>
12.01.2012
Come enjoy a screening of a selection of films and a panel with local marine scientists.  MORE >>
12.01.2012
COSEE-West invites you and your colleagues to a FREE workshop, hosted by Pepperdine University, on how mussels turn the best habitat into the most dangerous for their own survival  MORE >>
11.30.2012
Local high school students will present their projects about science, community and action to protect Puget Sound  MORE >>
11.30.2012
Join us for a series of “lightning talks” on environmental science, learning science and community outreach  MORE >>
11.28.2012
Join this free webinar to learn tips and tricks for finding and applying for exciting paid summer research positions in STEM fields  MORE >>
11.15.2012
Does the next step in your next career involve a "postdoc" position? Learn strategies for preparing and applying.  MORE >>
11.09.2012 - 11.10.2012
Apply now to join NASA on its quest to better understand the water cycle, ocean circulation and climate! Selected educators will work closely with eminent scientists to prepare and deliver educational materials related to the NASA Aquarius satellite instrument.  MORE >>
11.01.2012 - 11.02.2012
The 2012 NEOSEC Ocean Literacy Summit will be held November 1-2, 2012 at The University of Rhode Island Narragansett Bay Campus. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Bob Ballard, will address Ocean Literacy Principle #7: The Ocean is Largely Unexplored.  MORE >>
10.25.2012 - 11.08.2012
Participants learn about current ocean conservation efforts and opportunities to get involved. The program is recommended for those employed or volunteering in the fields of marine education or recreation, or those interested in doing so. Instructors include university scientists, government agency staff, environmental educators, and conservation practitioners.  MORE >>
10.17.2012
Ever wonder what it's like to build and test instruments that operate in space? Hear it directly from the "heroes" behind the scenes of a NASA mission!  MORE >>
10.10.2012
Join us for the second in a two-part fall lecture series at IRSC.  MORE >>
10.02.2012 - 10.30.2012
This program will introduce you to the exciting research and rich history of Moku o Lo‘e, more widely known as Coconut Island, and the Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) based there. We will also be joined by HIMB scientists who conduct research in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands and observe some of their research techniques. Areas of focus include an overview of Coconut Island, HIMB and the Papah?naumoku?kea Marine National Monument, coral disease, reef monitoring, marine debris, fish studies, alien species and much more.  MORE >>
09.29.2012
Marine Educators night to network and showcase programs ongoing in Oahu.  MORE >>
09.26.2012
Join Dr. Herbert for the first in a two-part fall lecture series at IRSC.  MORE >>
09.20.2012
Join us for this free webinar and learn more about how to continue STEM science careers into the exciting realm of graduate research  MORE >>
08.19.2012
COSEE Florida and MODS Ft. Lauderdale are partnering to present a summer lecture series.  MORE >>
08.16.2012
COSEE Florida and MODS Ft. Lauderdale are partnering to present a summer lecture series.  MORE >>
08.02.2012
COSEE Florida and MODS Ft. Lauderdale are partnering to present a summer lecture series.  MORE >>
07.30.2012 - 08.03.2012
In this Institute, participants will learn about cutting edge instruments deployed to collect data from the ocean environment and about the data that these instruments generate.  MORE >>
07.30.2012
This symposium introduced the new COSEE Island Earth program and demonstrated on-going projects at the University of Hawaii that facilitate ocean sciences education in the Hawaiian Islands. Presentations were followed by a round table hands-on activities demonstration; emphasis was also on aligning ocean literacy principals with HEEA goals.  MORE >>
07.25.2012
IBP and COSEE-OS will host their third webinar together on demystifying the graduate school application process  MORE >>
07.24.2012 - 07.27.2012
Explore ocean science at Bigelow Laboratory this summer!  MORE >>
07.19.2012
COSEE Florida and MODS Ft. Lauderdale are partnering to present a summer lecture series.  MORE >>
07.18.2012 - 07.21.2012
This workshop, cosponsored by COSEE-Pacific Partnerships, will bring together geoscience faculty and administrators and representatives from professional organizations and government agencies to develop new strategies and recommendations from the classroom to the national level.  MORE >>
07.05.2012 - 07.26.2012
COSEE IE sponsered month long lecture series for the community on marine science and conservation issues  MORE >>
06.26.2012
Our third presentation in the Benthic Webinar Series will delve into some of the unique and unexpected characteristics of several organisms – including their ability to regenerate body parts after injury  MORE >>
06.21.2012
COSEE Florida and MODS Ft. Lauderdale are partnering to present a summer lecture series.  MORE >>
06.19.2012
The second webinar in our series will focus on how humans can affect benthic communities and what the potential impact of habitat loss is on several key benthic species  MORE >>
06.12.2012
A peek into the world under the sediments and the behaviors and ecological roles that benthic organisms play in the larger ecosystem  MORE >>
06.11.2012 - 06.12.2012
This workshop is a yearlong, blended learning experience for scientists to learn about how to teach and communicate science effectively, and is based on the nationally recognized Communicating Ocean Sciences college courses.  MORE >>
06.10.2012
COSEE Florida and MODS Ft. Lauderdale are partnering to present a summer lecture series. On June 10th, Harbor Branch scientist John Scarpa will give a presentation on aquaculture.  MORE >>
05.22.2012
Rick Knabb (The Weather Channel) and Brandon Bolinski (FEMA - Region IV Hurricane Program Manager) finish up the 2012 HSS Webinar Series with a discussion on assessing your risk and preparation to response and recovery  MORE >>
05.21.2012 - 05.22.2012
Ocean scientists are invited to apply to this FREE two-day workshop focusing on planning and preparing presentations that communicate messages and scientific concepts more clearly and effectively to both scientific and general audiences.  MORE >>
05.17.2012
Join us as we partner with FMSEA and SciCafe St. Petersburg for a science-filled happy hour at The Hangar Restaurant & Flight Lounge!  MORE >>
05.07.2012 - 05.08.2012
Ocean scientists are invited to apply to this FREE two-day workshop focusing on planning and preparing presentations that communicate messages and scientific concepts more clearly and effectively to both scientific and general audiences.  MORE >>
05.03.2012
This webinar will show how selected inquiry-based labs are used to engage students in the entire scientific process and develop skills needed for future science classes  MORE >>
05.01.2012
Kerry Emanuel (MIT), Chris Landsea (NOAA National Hurricane Center) and Tom Knutson (NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory) will discuss past hurricanes, long-term records of hurricane activity,and projections of future hurricane activity in this HSS webinar  MORE >>
05.01.2012
In this webinar, Dr. Susan Lozier (Duke University) focuses on how our ability to construct knowledge about the ocean has evolved over time as the ocean has become increasingly accessible, primarily through the acquisition of satellite data  MORE >>
04.28.2012 - 04.29.2012
Explore science & engineering with 1500 free, hands-on activities and over 75 stage shows and author presentations  MORE >>
04.24.2012
In this third 2012 HSS Webinar Series, Mark Powell (NOAA), Jeff Pereira (NOAA) and Doug Meffert (Tulane/Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research) will describe hurricane winds/tornadoes, storm surges and flooding, and coastal impacts  MORE >>
04.21.2012 - 04.22.2012
Celebrate earth day with marine science and conservation booths for the community to participate in and learn from.  MORE >>
04.21.2012
Celebrate earth day with marine science career information to inspire students to particpate and consider STEM careers.  MORE >>
04.14.2012
Celebrate earth day with marine science and conservation booths for the community to participate in and learn from.  MORE >>
04.13.2012 - 04.14.2012
COSEE TEK will host students from the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation for a discussion of ocean science careers and hands-on activities  MORE >>
04.12.2012
Join the program's producers and a panel of ocean scientists for a free screening of Prescription: Oceans, an episode of Changing Seas  MORE >>
03.31.2012
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03.29.2012 - 04.01.2012
Join us at the crossroads for science education during the NSTA 2012 Indianapolis National Conference on Science Education  MORE >>
03.13.2012
NOAA scientists Jack Beven, Dan Brown and Eric Blake and Isaac Ginis (University of Rhode Island) will discuss hurricane observations, modeling, forecasting and seasonal activity in this free webinar presented by HSS  MORE >>
03.10.2012
An introduction to kelp ecology from inside the tank  MORE >>
03.08.2012
Dr. Hilary Neckles (USGS) will share the biology, range, services of and threats to Eelgrass. Audience will be guided through an interactive multi-media concept map.  MORE >>
03.07.2012
COSEE West presents this Wednesday lecture by Dr. Matt Edwards on patterns of variation in giant kelp forests  MORE >>
02.28.2012
Rich Yablonsky (University of Rhode Island) and Mark DeMaria (NOAA CIRA) will discuss hurricane structure and lifecycle in this first webinar of the HSS series. Isaac Ginis (University of Rhode Island) will provide opening comments.  MORE >>
02.22.2012
This workshop introduces techniques and online tools for identifying and communicating the big ideas behind a scientist's work in ways that make it relevant and interesting without over simplifying it.  MORE >>
02.21.2012
COSEE OCEAN will be presenting a guide for scientists to make their own short videos at Ocean Sciences.  MORE >>
02.20.2012 - 02.23.2012
COSEE Centers present a series of lunchtime workshops, Climbing the Ladder of Scientific Success  MORE >>
02.19.2012
COSEE facilitates partnerships between scientists and education professionals to collectively work toward the improvement of public literacy about our ocean. Please join us for a workshop series that will include both face-to-face and online sessions.  MORE >>
02.15.2012 - 02.18.2012
COSEE West, NASA JPL and Boeing offer this free lecture and workshop on the effects of El Niño on the equatorial Pacific Ocean  MORE >>
01.31.2012 - 02.28.2012
A special training program which provides multidisciplinary knowledge of Hawaii’s unique marine environment to the community.  MORE >>
01.24.2012
At this COSEE-OS webinar on the Aquarius/SAC-D satellite, NASA scientists will highlight the data received so far and explain what they are already teaching us about the global ocean  MORE >>
01.17.2012
Learn from NASA scientists what it took to design, develop, and test the Aquarius satellite and how this leads to the collection of accurate global data  MORE >>
01.11.2012 - 01.13.2012
The COSIA Instructors' Workshop prepares scientists and science educators interested in teaching the Communicating Ocean Sciences to Informal Audiences (COSIA) course at their institutions  MORE >>
12.03.2011
COSEE West presents this free Educator Workshop featuring Meet the Intraterrestrials, a presentation by Dr. Katrina Edwards  MORE >>
11.30.2011
COSEE West, C-DEBI and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium present this free public lecture on 'extremophiles' by Dr. Jan Amend from the University of Southern California  MORE >>
11.16.2011
COSEE West invites you, your colleagues and students, family and friends to learn about the connection between YOU and your environment!  MORE >>
11.11.2011 - 11.12.2011
COSEE TEK presents this two-day professional development opportunity to learn about a range of ocean technologies from researchers at the University of Connecticut  MORE >>
11.05.2011
FREE COSEE West educator's workshop at UCLA  MORE >>
11.04.2011
COSEE-OS and the New England Ocean Science Education Collaborative (NEOSEC) will host a free workshop for New England area scientists, graduate students, and educational leaders on strategies for engaging in broader impact programs.  MORE >>
10.31.2011 - 11.18.2011
COSEE-West offers this free 3-week online workshop for educators from the College of Exploration Online Campus  MORE >>
10.25.2011
Join us for our fourth Pathways webinar featuring Lonnie Gonsalves from NOAA's Cooperative Oxford Laboratory in Oxford, Maryland  MORE >>
10.18.2011
Join us for our third Pathways webinar featuring Sharon Ziegler-Chong and Noelani Puniwai from the University of Hawaii at Hilo  MORE >>
10.13.2011
The NASA Jet Propulsion Lab and COSEE West team up once again to bring you Climate Day  MORE >>
10.08.2011
COSEE West offers this free Teacher's Workshop featuring a wetlands visit, hands-on, inquiry-based, integrative classroom activities, and presentations by area scientists  MORE >>
10.05.2011 - 10.07.2011
This workshop will connect ocean sciences graduate students with early career faculty from Scripps Institute of Oceanography who will work together to deconstruct complex research topics for presentation  MORE >>
09.01.2011
Come see the newest features of CLIMB - the newest integrated package of educational tools from COSEE-OS.  MORE >>
08.30.2011
Come see the newest features of CLIMB - the newest integrated package of educational tools from COSEE-OS.  MORE >>
08.16.2011 - 08.19.2011
This TTE will focus on the deployment passive water quality sensors that use ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) embedded with markers to sample pesticides contaminants  MORE >>
08.08.2011 - 08.10.2011
This Instructors' Workshop is designed for scientist and science educator teams planning to team teach the undergraduate and graduate courses, COS-K12 and COSIA  MORE >>
08.04.2011 - 08.19.2011
COSEE NOW is facilitating a crew of scientists and educators exploring the biogeochemistry of the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone.  MORE >>
08.04.2011
Craig Lee will wrap up the NAB Webinar series with a “big picture” summary of what understanding the dynamics of the spring bloom will mean for scientists concerned about carbon and climate  MORE >>
08.01.2011 - 08.05.2011
COSEE West and the COSEE West Colorado Collaborative offer this Teacher Exchange Opportunity fpr CA and CO educators  MORE >>
08.01.2011 - 08.05.2011
In this Institute, participants will learn about cutting edge instruments deployed to collect data from the ocean environment and about the data that these instruments generate  MORE >>
07.28.2011
Nicole Poulton and Ivona Cetinic will discuss the ecological changes that occur in plankton communities and how they are studied  MORE >>
07.27.2011 - 07.30.2011
This TTE will focus on the optical properties of different fish and cephalopods habitats, such as seagrass and seaweeds, and the biological response of vertebrate and invertebrate animals to the dynamic optical marine environment.  MORE >>
07.21.2011
Eric D’Asaro presents his perspective on how it is possible to measure a moving, changing swatch of ocean at different scales, and the technology needed to collect meaningful data  MORE >>
07.20.2011 - 07.27.2011
COSEE Great Lakes and the EPA invite 4th-10th grade educators to participate in this week-long workshop.  MORE >>
07.18.2011 - 07.21.2011
This four-day workshop brings ocean scientists, graduate students, and formal educators together to develop inquiry-based curriculum  MORE >>
07.18.2011 - 07.21.2011
This Teacher Technology Experience (TTE) will focus on the use of autonomous underwater gliders to collect temperature and salinity profiles in Long Island Sound.  MORE >>
07.14.2011
Amala Mahadevan explains how modeling has helped researchers to better comprehend the physical dynamics behind what triggers the spring bloom  MORE >>
07.07.2011
Mary Jane Perry will describe the basics of the North Atlantic Bloom, and why researchers think it is particularly important to study  MORE >>
07.01.2011 - 07.08.2011
COSEE China is hosting a summer program in Xiamen, China  MORE >>
06.27.2011 - 07.01.2011
COSEE West and the COSEE West Colorado Collaborative offer this Teacher Exchange Opportunity fpr CA and CO educators  MORE >>
06.27.2011 - 07.01.2011
Teachers will accomplish hypothesis-testing research with WATER scientists, apply concepts to standards-oriented classroom activities, and compare perspectives among the Great Lakes and the salty coasts  MORE >>
06.20.2011 - 06.24.2011
COSEE Coastal Trends and the National Parks Service offer this professional development workshop for Hawaii educators  MORE >>
06.14.2011
COSEE OLC and Washington Sea Grant present this workshop on improving your broader impacts  MORE >>
06.03.2011 - 06.04.2011
To celebrate the upcoming launch of the Aquarius/SAC-D satellite, we will conduct a workshop for K-12 educators at JPL  MORE >>
05.26.2011
COSEE-OS and the Institute for Broadening Participation will collaborate with COSEE-Ocean Learning Communities to host this webinar focusing on scientists engaged in mentoring  MORE >>
05.25.2011
Join Principal Investigator Gary Lagerloef and Project Scientist Yi Chao as they prepare for the launch of NASA's first space-based measurements of ocean salinity across the globe  MORE >>
05.13.2011
COSEE-OS and the Institute for Broadening Participation will collaborate with COSEE-Ocean Learning Communities to host this webinar on learning pathways in the ocean sciences  MORE >>
05.11.2011 - 05.12.2011
COSEE NOW, in partnership with COSEE OS, COSEE West, and COSEE California, is pleased to offer the following opportunity for graduate students  MORE >>
04.29.2011
COSEE Pacific Partnerships will sponsor this workshop at the 2011 Northwest Biology Instructors' Organization meeting in Yakima, WA  MORE >>
04.19.2011
Where do things stand with wildlife, seafood, and the clean-up? Hear from a panel of experts at the Ocean Portal.  MORE >>
04.11.2011 - 04.13.2011
Marine Activities Resources & Education (MARE) participants are welcome to join us for this year’s Ocean Days  MORE >>
04.09.2011
COSEE West - Colorado Collaborative presents this teacher professional development course on the link between the global oceans and water resources in the Western U.S.  MORE >>
04.08.2011 - 04.09.2011
COSEE-OS is teaming up with Gardiner Area High School to bring senior high school girls to the Darling Marine Center to learn about science research methods  MORE >>
04.01.2011 - 04.05.2011
This spring, COSEE-OS will team with COSEE-West at this collaborative workshop to deconstruct complex research topics using concept mapping and other pedagogical techniques  MORE >>
03.23.2011
Join COSEE West as they present this lecture and educators' session on what lives below the bottom of the deep sea  MORE >>
03.23.2011
Two scientists from the University of Southern Mississippi studying microbes in the Gulf of Mexico will share the results of their research nine months after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill disaster  MORE >>
03.21.2011 - 04.08.2011
Join us for Tiny But Toxic! Harmful Algal Blooms: Science, Technology and You!  MORE >>
03.19.2011
Join us for Energy in Earth Systems, featuring geologist Don Clarke  MORE >>
03.13.2011
COSEE OCEAN and COSEE California present this special interest session on Ocean Science Education as part of the GK-12 Learning Network Conference  MORE >>
02.28.2011
Join COSEE OLC for this workshop aimed at enhancing the participation of organizers and science staff in boat-based education and outreach programs in ocean research around Puget Sound  MORE >>
02.26.2011
COSEE West, Target Science, and the SEA Lab present this free educator workshop co-sponsored by Boeing  MORE >>
02.24.2011
Join us for an evening discussion with Dr. Rita Colwell, who will look at the connection between the ocean and human health and how climate change impacts cholera epidemics  MORE >>
02.23.2011
ITEST and COSEE will showcase curriculum materials on topics ranging from computer game development to ocean sciences.  MORE >>
02.16.2011
Join COSEE West for this lecture and follow-up educators' session featuring graduate students from USC  MORE >>
02.16.2011
Join us for the first ROLE Model webinar in the Spring 2011 series when Dr. Wahle (UMaine) shares with us his work on lobster populations  MORE >>
02.14.2011 - 02.16.2011
COSEEs California, West, and Pacific Partnerships present: Science Communication & Learning, Research-Based Theory and Tools, A Workshop for 2011 Sea Grant Knauss Fellows  MORE >>
02.13.2011
COSEE OCEAN and the CCO present this all-day workshop to introduce network science and its current and potential applications in empirical and scientific endeavors  MORE >>
02.03.2011
COSEE OLC presents this program featuring a keynote address by Dr. Lisa Graumlich, Dean of the UW College of the Environment, and broader impacts opportunities for scientists, students, and marine-based organizations  MORE >>
01.29.2011
COSEE West presents this free lecture and a tour of the JPL facilities  MORE >>
01.26.2011
COSEE West presents this lecture by Dr. Joshua Willis, Oceanographer for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory  MORE >>
12.13.2010 - 12.17.2010
The COSEE Network will be participating in several sessions at the AGU Fall meeting, and will staff a booth on the exhibit floor  MORE >>
12.13.2010 - 12.14.2010
This participant driven workshop from COSEE SouthEast will present case studies and provide opportunities to expand sensor options on BOBs  MORE >>
12.11.2010
Join COSEE West for this educator workshop featuring UCLA scientists Anita Leinweber and Rebecca Shipe  MORE >>
12.04.2010
COSEE West presents this lecture and workshop featuring a guest speaker from USC Viterbi School of Engineering  MORE >>
12.01.2010
Dr. Chai (University of Maine) will discuss how climate change models are developed, tested, and refined. Educator Jenny Albright (Tabor Academy) will share how she uses concept maps with her students.  MORE >>
11.17.2010
Dr. Linda Kalnejais (UNH) will discuss the role of sediments in understanding the fate and effects of contaminants in the environment and Educator Sharon Gallant will share the various ways she uses concept maps in her environmental science courses  MORE >>
11.16.2010 - 12.22.2010
COSEE Alaska sponsors this interactive, hands-on graduate levels course focusing on ocean sciences  MORE >>
11.06.2010
Join COSEE West for this lecture by Dr. Patrick Krug of CSULA  MORE >>
11.03.2010
What is an aerosol, and what does it have to do with climate change? Join us for this free online presentation by Dr. Carolyn Jordan (University of New Hampshire) and Educator Kate Leavitt (Seacoast Science Center) and find out!  MORE >>
11.01.2010 - 11.19.2010
COSEE West and the College of Exploration present this online workshop  MORE >>
10.20.2010
Think melting icebergs only affect sea level or ocean salinity? Dr. Twining will discuss his recent research in the Arctic and Annette deCharon, COSEE-OS PI, will describe concept mapping activities that encourage team building - and more!  MORE >>
10.07.2010
The Smithsonian Sant Ocean Hall and COSEE present Dr. Isaac Ginis who will speak on how scientists observe, model, and forecast hurricanes  MORE >>
10.06.2010
Have you ever wondered how the ocean affects the global carbon cycle and climate change? Join us for this free online presentation by Dr. Mayer (UMaine) followed by a discussion of how one educator uses concept mapping in her classrooms  MORE >>
10.02.2010
COSEE West presents this lecture by Steve LaDochy (SCULA) and a followup workshop for 3-8 grade teachers  MORE >>
09.29.2010
COSEE West presents the first FREE lecture of 2010-2011 featuring Sric Boldt, NOAA National Weather Service - Warning Coordination Meteorologist  MORE >>
09.22.2010
Join COSE-OS for this free online presentation of current scientific research and real-world examples of how other educators use concept mapping in their work  MORE >>
09.18.2010
This workshop for educators from COSEE Ocean Learning Communities features hands-on sessions and marine technology experts  MORE >>
08.23.2010 - 08.27.2010
This institute, sponsored by COSEE Pacific Partnerships, brings together community college educators and scientists interested in marine and climate research  MORE >>
08.10.2010 - 09.10.2010
Application is now open for the COSEE Community Meeting - November 3-4, 2010  MORE >>
08.10.2010
Join COSE-OS for this free online presentation of current scientific research and real-world examples of how other educators use concept mapping in their work  MORE >>
08.07.2010 - 08.14.2010
Join New York Sea Grant, COSEE Great Lakes and the AQUARIUM of Niagara on their nineteenth annual expedition to the Caribbean  MORE >>
08.07.2010 - 08.09.2010
Explore the latest findings about how people learn in informal settings in this COSEE California workshop, and leave with practical new strategies  MORE >>
08.04.2010
COSEE-West and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium present this FREE public lecture by Autumn-Lynn Harrison, UC Santa Cruz  MORE >>
08.02.2010 - 08.06.2010
COSEE West presents this five-day institute for middle and high school teachers on using cutting edge instruments to collect ocean data  MORE >>
07.28.2010
COSEE-OS will host this webinar featuring research scientists and educators who are using concept mapping to develop and communicate ideas  MORE >>
07.25.2010 - 07.30.2010
Join COSEE Great Lakes for this six-day excursion into Great Lakes and marine science education  MORE >>
07.21.2010
Dr. Christy Herren from COSE-OS will explore how all people are connected by "earth, air, water and fire" at the 2010 NMEA convention in Gatlinburg, TN  MORE >>
07.06.2010 - 07.12.2010
Join COSEE Great Lakes for the Shipboard and Shoreline Science Workshop aboard the R/V Lake Guardian this July  MORE >>
07.06.2010 - 07.10.2010
COSEE Alaska and COSEE Pacific Partnerships will present at this year's Northwest Aquatic & Marine Educators Conference in Florence, Oregon  MORE >>
06.28.2010 - 07.01.2010
Interested in teaching a semester-long high school ocean science course? Enroll now in this ocean science workshop from COSEE Coastal Trends  MORE >>
06.24.2010 - 06.25.2010
COSEE-OS will co-facilitate the Scientist-Educator Partnership Program Orientation offered by COSEE Coastal Trends by using concept mapping to help teams begin their collaborative efforts  MORE >>
06.23.2010 - 07.01.2010
COSEE SouthEast will team with regional marine and climate scientists to offer this week-long investigation into the connections between climate change and our world’s oceans  MORE >>
06.21.2010 - 06.25.2010
COSEE West will present this introduction to marine science workshop  MORE >>
06.21.2010
COSEE-OS will lead a session in which educators and education researchers learn about the collaborative workshop model  MORE >>
06.18.2010
Learn how to use online tools to create and present workshops at this webinar hosted by the COSEE Excellence in Network Tools Sub-Group  MORE >>
06.08.2010 - 06.09.2010
This lecture kicks off Changing Tides: A Series of Ocean Discussions, sponsored by COSEE and the Sant Ocean Hall  MORE >>
06.07.2010 - 06.11.2010
This instructors' workshop prepares scientists and science educators to teach a university course in Communicating Ocean Sciences  MORE >>
06.02.2010
Graduate students and post-docs who attended the COSEE-OS Faculty/Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop in February 2010 are invited to participate in this follow-up webinar  MORE >>
05.24.2010 - 05.26.2010
COSEE-Pacific Partnerships and CESaME will run this workshop for Cal Poly faculty and Central California coast educators, with training and assistance from COSEE-OS  MORE >>
05.18.2010
Join us for an informal tour of the recently updated COSEE NOW site  MORE >>
05.15.2010
The COSEE West - Colorado Collaborative is pleased to present this second lecture in their series on the link between Arctic sea ice, the Greenland ice sheet, sea level and global climate processes  MORE >>
05.12.2010 - 06.02.2010
COSEE NOW presents this online webinar for ocean scientists and graduate students interested in proposal writing  MORE >>
05.11.2010 - 05.25.2010
Join COSEE NOW for a webinar on using ocean data in education  MORE >>
05.10.2010
Students who participated in the recent Faculty/Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop run by COSEE-OS will present a poster of their experience to fellow UMaine students  MORE >>
05.10.2010
Join us for an informal tour of the recently updated COSEE NOW site  MORE >>
05.07.2010 - 05.08.2010
COSEE West invites K-12 teachers to the Southern California Academy of Sciences 2010 Annual Meeting  MORE >>
05.06.2010
Join COSEE OCL for a lecture by Dr. Rick Keil, COSEE OCL PI  MORE >>
05.01.2010
COSEE West will present this workshop, with activities and a presentation by guest speaker Steven Bay of the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project  MORE >>
04.30.2010
Join Dr. Jennifer Ruesink and Dr. Alan Trimble from the University of Washington for a workshop examining local and global mariculture  MORE >>
04.28.2010
COSEE West presents this lecture on Green Chemistry by Patrick Movlay, Hazardous Substances Scientist at the Office of Pollution Prevention and Green Technology  MORE >>
04.12.2010 - 06.11.2010
Learn about coral reef formation and ecology in this free online workshop hosted by COSEE West  MORE >>
04.10.2010
Discover the link between Arctic sea ice, the Greenland ice sheet, sea level and global climate processes in this first of three lectures presented by the COSEE West - Colorado Collaborative Summer Institute  MORE >>
03.26.2010 - 03.28.2010
Explore the science of a salt marsh through the creative arts!  MORE >>
03.26.2010 - 03.27.2010
COSEE West joins NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab on Climate Day to bring scientists, students and communities together for the promotion of global climate literacy  MORE >>
03.20.2010
COSEE-OS will present this session at the NSTA 2010 National Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  MORE >>
03.20.2010
The National COSEE Network will conduct a full day of sessions at NSTA 2010  MORE >>
03.17.2010
Dr. Dan Pondella of Occidental College will present this lecture for COSEE West  MORE >>
03.06.2010 - 03.14.2010
Fifteen members of eight COSEE Centers will visit Beijing, Xiamen and Qingdao to explore the possibility of establishing a COSEE China  MORE >>
02.22.2010 - 02.26.2010
The COSEE Network will have a strong presence at the 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting, convening several presentations and staffing a booth  MORE >>
02.03.2010
COSEE West and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory will present this lecture by Dr. Terence Kubar of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory  MORE >>
02.01.2010 - 02.02.2010
Calling all graduate students interested in education & ocean-climate connections!  MORE >>
01.30.2010
COSEE West invites you, your colleagues and students, family and friends to learn more about Humboldt Squid!  MORE >>
01.18.2010
This instructors' workshop prepares scientists and science educators to teach a university course in Communicating Ocean Sciences and Communicating Ocean Sciences to Informal Audiences  MORE >>
01.13.2010
Spend an evening with Aquarium of the Pacific Senior Aquarist Nate Jaros as he takes us behind the scenes in a day-in-the-life of a sea jelly specialist  MORE >>
01.11.2010
Join us for the third in a series of online seminars on exhibit design for IOOS data  MORE >>
01.08.2010
This webinar series will focus on sharing ideas and resources on the development of interactive exhibits or kiosks for use in informal learning institutions  MORE >>
12.05.2009
COSEE West presents this free lecture on human impacts to the rocky intertidal with a followup workshop on inquiry based, integrative classroom activities  MORE >>
12.02.2009
COSEE West presents this free lecture by Dr. Eric Stein, Principal Scientist of the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project  MORE >>
12.01.2009
COSEE NOW invites you to participate in this online seminar series that discusses the challenges of designing exhibits using real-time data from Ocean Observing Systems  MORE >>
11.30.2009
Dr. Zahn, a local salt marsh ecologist and avid botanist will discuss the status of conservation efforts to protect and restore the Los Cerritos wetlands  MORE >>
11.19.2009 - 12.01.2009
This webinar series from COSEE NOW will focus on sharing ideas and resources on the development of interactive exhibits or kiosks for use in informal learning institutions  MORE >>
11.18.2009
Author Bill Sargeant will sign copies of his book, Sea Level Rising: The Chatham Story, at the Aquarium of the Pacific, a COSEE-West partner  MORE >>
11.14.2009 - 11.15.2009
Join COSEE Ocean Learning Communities for a fun-filled day of hands-on marine science for the whole family at the Seattle Aquarium's Family Science Weekend  MORE >>
11.13.2009 - 11.15.2009
COSEE Central Gulf of Mexico will sponsor this year's Southern Association of Marine Educators conference at Camp Timpoochee. Climate change through ocean literacy will be addressed by Dr. Allison Beaurogard of Northwest Florida State College  MORE >>
11.11.2009
A free workshop for middle and high school science teachers sponsored by the Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Program, COSEE SouthEast, and the Rocky Mount Children’s Museum & Science Center  MORE >>
11.10.2009
COSEE-West partners with the Aquarium of the Pacific to present this lecture series on Vaquita, the most critically endangered marine mammal in the world  MORE >>
10.23.2009 - 11.13.2009
COSEE West invites formal and informal educators to participate in this online workshop on using remote sensing technologies to study our oceans  MORE >>
10.15.2009
The COSEE evaluators have had a session accepted for the 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting, to be held February 22-26 in Portland, Oregon  MORE >>
10.15.2009
Mr. Jeffrey Gallant and Dr. Chris Harvey-Clark will speak about the rare and elusive Greenland shark  MORE >>
10.14.2009
COSEE Great Lakes, New York Sea Grant and Tifft Nature Preserve present this workshop for teachers on Lake Erie  MORE >>
10.09.2009 - 10.10.2009
Join COSEE-OS for a truly collaborative experience and discover new ways to translate ocean and climate research for a wide range of audiences  MORE >>
10.06.2009
Dr. James Wood will introduce us to cephalopods at the Aquarium of the Pacific  MORE >>
09.24.2009
Become an educated seafood consumer! Join COSEE West for this lecture by Andrew Gruel and Dave Anderson of the Aquarium of the Pacific's Seafood for the Future Program  MORE >>
09.11.2009 - 09.13.2009
Participants at this COSEE Central Gulf of Mexico workshop will learn about Florida’s coastal ecosystems and marine life  MORE >>
08.26.2009
Learn how to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive species in the Erie Canal  MORE >>
08.26.2009
Join COSEE West as they explore the biology, ecology, and recent movement studies of the shortfin mako and common thresher sharks in Southern California waters  MORE >>
08.10.2009 - 08.14.2009
COSEE West presents this Institute for middle and high school teachers on cutting edge instruments deployed to collect data from the ocean environment and the data that these instruments generate  MORE >>
08.04.2009 - 08.06.2009
COSEE Coastal Trends presents this three-day workshop focusing on expanding ocean science content knowledge and utilizing web-based resources to teach about coastal trends in the classroom  MORE >>
08.02.2009 - 08.21.2009
COSEE California invites educators to join Scripps Institution of Oceanography graduate students on a short cruise to study the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch"  MORE >>
07.27.2009 - 07.29.2009
Educators and scientists will collaborate at a COSEE-OS workshop that examines science teaching practices through scientist led and supported lab sessions on phytoplankton research  MORE >>
07.20.2009 - 07.25.2009
COSEE SouthEast is teaming up with regional marine and climate scientists to offer a weeklong investigation into past, present and future climate change topics  MORE >>
07.20.2009 - 07.24.2009
COSEE-Pacific Partnerships offers this week-long professional development program for community college faculty at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology.  MORE >>
07.07.2009 - 07.10.2009
COSEE Coastal Trends offers this workshop integrating the Ocean Literacy Essential Principles and utilizing hands-on activities to support each lesson  MORE >>
07.07.2009 - 07.09.2009
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06.21.2009 - 06.26.2009
In-service and pre-service teachers will join research scientists for this course which focuses on coastal processes, habitats, organisms, and marine technology  MORE >>
06.15.2009 - 06.20.2009
This workshop in Waverly, GA focuses on the impacts of human development on coastal and estuarine habitats and includes topics on water quality changes from storm water runoff and ecological stresses of invasive species  MORE >>
06.09.2009
Discover the life histories of California sharks and rays and why they are important to us at this lecture by Gregor Cailliet of the Aquarium of the Pacific  MORE >>
06.03.2009 - 06.05.2009
This workshop is designed for scientist/science educator teams that plan to co-teach either Communicating Ocean Sciences or Communicating Ocean Sciences to Informal Audiences for undergraduate/graduate science students  MORE >>
06.02.2009 - 06.03.2009
Discover new ways to translate ocean-climate research for a wide range of audiences at this 1 1/2-day workshop at the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH  MORE >>
05.30.2009
Join us for classroom activities, a tour of the International Bird Rescue Research Center, and a lecture by Heather Nevill, Clinical Veterinarian, on Mitigating Threats to Pelagic Birds  MORE >>
05.28.2009
COSEE West invites you, your colleagues and students, family and friends to learn more about seabirds!  MORE >>
05.01.2009 - 05.03.2009
COSEE Pacific Partnerships sponsors this one-day workshop at the 2009 annual meeting of the Northwest Biology Instructors' Organization  MORE >>
04.10.2009 - 04.11.2009
COSEE Ocean Learning Communities invites you to participate in this free two-day workshop on Citizen Science  MORE >>
04.04.2009 - 04.05.2009
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03.28.2009
A grant proposal workshop for teachers, by teachers  MORE >>
03.21.2009
COSEE sessions at the 2009 National Science Teachers Association convention will highlight activities and products designed for classroom science teachers  MORE >>
03.21.2009
COSEE West offers this day-long workshop for K-12 teachers and informal educators  MORE >>
03.20.2009
During this course, participants will interact with experts from NASA, NOAA, and other top scientists to learn about research methods and cutting-edge technology employed to study changes in our oceans and coasts  MORE >>
03.16.2009 - 04.03.2009
COSEE West presents this online workshop, hosted by the College of Exploration  MORE >>
03.13.2009 - 03.14.2009
This UNH-based workshop offered by COSEE-OS will center on teams of educators and scientists who will create online learning resources that align with NSE Standards, Climate Literacy Principles, and Ocean Literacy Principles  MORE >>
03.05.2009 - 03.07.2009
A two and a half day workshop for scientist/science educator teams that plan to co-teach the Communicating Ocean Sciences course  MORE >>
02.28.2009
Dr. Carolynn Culver, UC Cooperative Extension, Sea Grant will discuss commercial fisheries of California, with a focus on the Santa Barbara Channel Region  MORE >>
02.25.2009
Dr. Sabrina Drill from the University of California Cooperative Extension will discuss recent research on freshwater fisheries in Los Angeles regional watersheds  MORE >>
02.16.2009 - 02.27.2009
COSEE Great Lakes presents Great Lakes Alive!, a virtual workshop for educators, scientists, resource managers, and the public  MORE >>
02.12.2009
Learn more about communicating science to news media and the general public, along with the broader impacts requirement for NSF-funded research  MORE >>
02.04.2009
Join COSEE West for a lecture by Dr. Joshua Willis, JPL Scientist, on global warming  MORE >>
01.31.2009
COSEE SouthEast's Amazing Coast Workshops cover inquiry based, marine education curriculum aligned to SC State Standards  MORE >>
01.25.2009 - 01.30.2009
COSEE will present 11 abstracts at the t2009 annual meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Sciences in Session 051: Free Choice Learning: Where Science, Education, and Careers  MORE >>
01.24.2009
This free workshop from COSEE West features hand-on, inquiry based, integrative classroom activities correlated with California Content Standards and a lecture on local and invasive marine algae  MORE >>
01.21.2009
COSEE West invites you, your colleagues and students, family and friends to learn more about local algae from Dr. Peggy Fong, professor at the University of California, Los Angeles  MORE >>
01.17.2009 - 01.18.2009
COSEE Central Gulf of Mexico presents this two-day workshop for scientists and educators at the Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans  MORE >>
01.16.2009
COSEE New England and TERC team up to offer a workshop designed to help scientists develop skills for working with K-12 teachers and informal educators  MORE >>
01.08.2009 - 01.09.2009
COSEE NOW presents this retreat designed to help explore, share, and learn how to connect with public audiences about the ocean and ocean observing systems  MORE >>
11.22.2008 - 11.23.2008
This workshop from COSEE-OS will center on teams of educators and scientists who will create online learning resources that align with NSE Standards, Climate Literacy Principles, and Ocean Literacy Principles  MORE >>
11.22.2008
COSEE Ocean Learning Communities and Washington Sea Grant host this free event on communicating science with various audiences and how to collect and contribute data to the ongoing Spices in Puget Sound research project  MORE >>
11.07.2008
Join 100 ocean scientists, educators, and policymakers as we exchange stories with colleagues, network with new partners, and learn how valuable Ocean Literacy can be to learning about our changing climate  MORE >>
11.03.2008 - 11.23.2008
COSEE West invites you to meet and interact with scientists at the forefront of the issue of global climate change  MORE >>
10.21.2008
Dr. Satie Airamé will present a free public lecture about marine protected areas and the latest scientific understanding about their effects on ocean ecosystems  MORE >>
10.18.2008
Connect your curriculum to current events and ocean science with this free teacher workshop and lecture  MORE >>
09.27.2008
COSEE West invites educators on a cruise to learn about the natural seepage of oil, gas and tar/asphalt in the California Bight  MORE >>
08.21.2008
Sheila Bowman will talk about the current state of seafood systems, issues surrounding fisheries and aquaculture, and actions that each person can take to impact the health of our oceans  MORE >>
08.11.2008 - 08.15.2008
In this COSEE West Institute, participants will learn about the cutting edge instruments deployed to collect data from the ocean environment and the data that these instruments generate  MORE >>
08.09.2008 - 08.16.2008
Join New York Sea Grant, COSEE Great Lakes and the AQUARIUM of Niagara on our seventeenth annual expedition to the Caribbean  MORE >>
08.02.2008 - 08.08.2008
COSEE Great Lakes invites teachers and non-formal educators from the Great Lakes region to participate in the Lake Michigan Exploration workshop  MORE >>
07.31.2008 - 08.08.2008
Join us as we tidepool at sunrise, explore a salt marsh, and boat across the Monterey Bay Submarine Canyon in search of marine mammals  MORE >>
07.21.2008 - 07.25.2008
During this workshop, teachers will review physical concepts through hands-on exploration, examine links between physical concepts and ocean processes, and develop inquiry-based activities for teaching sciences  MORE >>
07.14.2008 - 07.17.2008
Join COSEE Great Lakes and marine scientists at the nation’s oldest freshwater biology station to learn how real-time aquatic data are collected and the science they represent  MORE >>
07.13.2008 - 07.19.2008
COSEE Great Lakes invites teachers and non-formal educators to participate in its Lake Guardian Shipboard and Shoreline Science workshop on Lake Ontario  MORE >>
07.07.2008 - 07.11.2008
This workshop offered by COSE-OS will focus on understanding how ocean observing data can explain seasonal changes in the ocean  MORE >>
06.24.2008
COSEE Ocean Learning Communities and the Seattle Aquarium invite you to attend this upcoming mid-season event featuring Dr. Christopher Krembs  MORE >>
06.23.2008 - 06.27.2008
COSEE West presents this seminar featuring science content presentations by Dr. William M. Hamner  MORE >>
06.16.2008 - 06.20.2008
COSEE Coastal Trends presents this comprehensive program which immerses middle school and high school teachers in ocean science research experiences  MORE >>
06.02.2008 - 06.04.2008
COSEE California and The Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California, Berkeley will host this workshop for scientist/science educator teams planning to co-teach COS and COSIA  MORE >>
05.29.2008
COSEE New England offers this workshop aimed at helping scientists develop skills for working with K-12 teachers  MORE >>
04.26.2008
COSEE-West will present a free K-12 educators’ workshop at USC featuring a content lecture by Dr. Edith Widder, President and Chief Scientist of the Ocean Research and Conservation Association  MORE >>
04.12.2008
COSEE Coastal Trends will hold their annual Coastal Trends Day at the Virginia Aquarium’s Bay & Ocean Pavilion on April 12, 2008  MORE >>
03.31.2008
Informal educators at this COSEE West retreat will learn about the latest research from ocean scientists and ways to incorporate that knowledge into products appropriate to each audience  MORE >>
03.27.2008 - 03.30.2008
COSEE will host several sessions at the 2008 National Science Teachers Association conference in Boston, MA  MORE >>
03.02.2008 - 03.07.2008
At the 2008 Ocean Sciences meeting, COSEE will be directly or indirectly mentioned in 24 submissions out of 116 total education abstracts from 11 proposed sessions  MORE >>
01.15.2008 - 05.07.2008
This semester course is offered by the University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences and the College of Education with support from COSEE-OS  MORE >>
07.29.2007 - 08.03.2007
This Educator Institutes workshop continues the COSEE-OS - GoMOOS collaboration, while also partnering with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute program EARTH  MORE >>
07.23.2007 - 07.27.2007
During this five-day workshop, teachers will review physical concepts through hands-on exploration, examine links between physical concepts and ocean processes, and develop inquiry-based activities for teaching sciences  MORE >>
06.26.2006 - 06.30.2006
Participants at this five-day teacher workshop offered by COSEE-OS will learn new content, gain lab and sea research experience, and identify new classroom activities to translate ocean science to learners  MORE >>