We will be hosting the 3rd annual Rutgers Ocean Days for MARE educators on Monday April 2nd (grades 3-5) and Tuesday April 3rd (grades 6-8). There will be science presentations/activities in the morning and a Science Expo, where your students will present on their marine and aquatic science investigations either through a Poster & Demonstration or through a Film Project, in the afternoon. For more information and to register for the event visit the Rutgers Ocean Days webpage. (Registration deadline: Friday, January 20th)
Rutgers Ocean Days 2012 – Your Habitat and You
About Kristin Hunter-Thomson
- Gears Luncheon Series – Ocean Sciences 2014 December 6, 2013
- 2014 Shore Bowl October 25, 2013
- Gears Professional Development Workshop for Early Career Scientists October 17, 2013
- Announcing Planting AntaRctica in KAnsas (Project PARKA) 2013-14 May 10, 2013
- Incorporating MARACOOS Data Into Ocean Education: A Needs Assesment March 12, 2013
- Ocean Literacy Interactive Animation November 18, 2008
- Join us for a FREE Ocean Lecture & Educator’s Night December 8, 2011
- Eutrophication Animation November 18, 2008
- Oil Spill Resources August 26, 2010
- Have a few hours? Check out Google Ocean February 19, 2009
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