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07/27/2011 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: networking, networks, MSP, Noyce
A participant in last year's COSEE OCEAN session on using networks to communicate, held at the MSP conference, had some significant effects on a participant. He wrote to PI Bob Chen to let him know, and to also propose developing a new network.....  MORE >>

01/21/2011 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: COSEE OCEAN, MSP, network
COSEE OCEAN will sponsor a Special Interest Group on Ocean and Environmental Education as part of the NSF Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Learning Network Conference When: Tuesday, January 25, 2011, 9:00-10:00 am Where: Renaissance Hotel, Main Ballroom (999 9th St, NW, Washington DC) Who: Anyone connected to COSEE & Anyone in the MSP Learning Network Why: Make connections and share resources and experiences in Ocean and Environmental Education  MORE >>

01/12/2011 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: SEWG, video, Hear the Answer
Bob Chen is the subject of one of the COSEE Scientists Making an Impact case studies, and one of his interview videos can now be seen on a new website, Hear The Answer.  MORE >>

12/17/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: AGU, leadership, conferences, network
Strategies for Effective Education and Public Outreach: Climbing the Ladder of Scientist Success Please join us for an active lunchtime discussion of how to enhance your networking, teaching, and professional skills. Representatives from the COSEE Networked Ocean World, COSEE Ocean Systems, COSEE California, and COSEE Ocean Communities in Education And social Networks will engage you in leadership development activities designed to help scientists maximize the impacts of their work.  MORE >>

12/08/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: AGU, leadership, conferences, network
The COSEE Network will be presenting a Town Hall lunchtime session at the AGU Fall 2010 meeting in San Fransisco. The session will take place Wednesday December 15 from 12:30-1:30.  MORE >>

12/06/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: COSEE OCEAN, informal science education
COSEE OCEAN co-PI Alan Friedman recently gave a presentation to the COSEE OCEAN team titled, Improving the Public’s Ocean Science Literacy: What Can Informal Science Education Do to Help?  MORE >>

12/06/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: network science, COSEE OCEAN, ASLO, collaboration, workshop
COSEE OCEAN and the CCO present Understanding and Using Network Science for Better Collaboration, an all-day workshop taking place on Sunday, February 13, during the ASLO conference in Puerto Rico.  MORE >>

10/27/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: COSEE OCEAN, networks, network science, visualization, data
COSEE OCEAN members Bob Chen, Carol Baldassari and Catherine Cramer recently attended Connecting the Dots, an all-day symposium on Network Visualization.  MORE >>

10/19/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: COSEE OCEAN, networks, network science
COSEE Ocean Communities in Education And social Networks (OCEAN) will be using and building networks as we develop our Center programs and activities. One of our first tasks is to learn all we can about how networks work. We thought we might bring the COSEE Network along as we learn.  MORE >>

10/06/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: ocean observing, Scott Glenn, Gulf Stream, Atlantic Crossing
Developing the SEW-G Case Study of Dr. Scott Glenn, of COSEE NOW and Rutgers, means delving into the history of ocean observing.  MORE >>

09/16/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
In the process of analyzing compounds in Puget Sound, chemical oceanographer Rick Keil makes observations about the chemical make=up of common pharmaceuticals.  MORE >>

09/13/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: chemical oceanography, case study
Part of creating a Case Study about chemical oceanographer Rick Keil is understanding what his research is all about. And reading about his research projects entails encountering things like acronyms. As in, "The lab also has the capability to investigate other compound types including simple sugars, organic acids, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and alkanes." So what are "PAHs"?  MORE >>

09/12/2010 | Catherine Cramer, (OCEAN)
Tags: SEWG, COSEE New England, COSEE OLC, COSEE SouthEast, Education and Outreach
The Scientists Engagement Working Group (SEWG) is producing a series of 13 Case Studies, each of which features a scientist who has been engaged in exemplary Education and Outreach activities. Each COSEE Center has recommended a scientist for inclusion who has been involved with their Center in Education and Outreach.  MORE >>