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Broader Impacts Infrastructure Summit

Interested in learning from other broader impacts professionals, fostering new collaborations, and discussing the future of broader impacts? Then, check out the second annual Broader Impacts Infrastructure Summit. When: April 16-18, 2014 Where: The Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia Who: Broader Impacts Professionals Summit Goals: Increase collaboration among broader impacts professionals Enhance broader impacts scholarship […]

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Gears Luncheon Series – Ocean Sciences 2014

A collaboration of several COSEE Centers will present a series of Gears Workshops for scientists interested in increasing their capacity for high impact education, outreach, and collaboration activities.  These leadership development events, which will incorporate  material  from the all-day Gears Professional Development Workshops, are organized into four areas or “gears.” The four “gears” (Deconstruct, Learn, […]

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2014 Shore Bowl

  The winners have been announced! Check out the end of this post to see information about this year’s competition! Date: Saturday, February 1, 2014 Time: 7am – 6pm Location: Food Science Building, Rutgers University What Is Shore Bowl? The Shore Bowl is a regional academic competition for high school students in NJ, NY, and […]

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Gears Professional Development Workshop for Early Career Scientists

  Workshop Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 Workshop Time: 8am – 5pm Workshop Location: Hawaii Convention Center Workshop Participants – WHO should attend? Early career scientists: Those holding a doctoral degree and who are employed in a post-doctoral or tenure-track (or tenure-track-equivalent) position as an assistant professor (or equivalent title) Advanced graduate student at an […]

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Ocean Stories: A Synergy of Art and Science

Check out a new exhibit at the Museum of Science in Boston created through a program called Synergy, which fosters collaborations between scientists and artists. Where: Art & Science Gallery at Museum of Science, Boston When: February 16 through May 2013 Cost: Free with Exhibit Halls admission Explore the planet’s last true frontier – the […]

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March 13th – Shellfish, Fisheries, & Modelling — Join us for the next FREE Ocean Lecture & Educators’ Night

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 ~ 6-8:30 pm Rutgers University, Cook Campus Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences Building, The Phillip Alampi Seminar Room Interested in teaching your students about local shellfish biology? Curious about how we manage our local shellfish fisheries? Interested in exposing your students to how scientists use models to study shellfish? Want […]

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Professional Development Workshop for Early Career Scientists, Engineers & Applied Mathematicians – Washington, D.C.

Workshop Date: Friday, March 1, 2013 Workshop Time: 9am –5pm Workshop Location: Howard University Workshop Participants – WHO should attend? Early career scientists: Those holding a doctoral degree and who are employed in a post-doctoral or tenure-track (or tenure-track-equivalent) position as an assistant professor (or equivalent title) Advanced graduate student at an accredited U.S. institution […]

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Summer 2012 Teacher Programs Announced

This summer, the Education & Outreach team at Rutgers University Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences is providing four unique opportunities for educators to participate in teacher trainings: 1. MARE: One Ocean, Interdisciplinary Instruction (July 17) 2. MARE: Biodiversity & Bioluminescence (July 18) 3. MARE Community Day: Fish & Larvae (August 14) 4. MARE: Beaches, […]

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May 16th – Surf’s Up: All About Waves — Join us for the next FREE Ocean Lecture & Educators’ Night

Wednesday, May 16, 2012 ~ 6-8:30 pm Rutgers University, Cook Campus Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences Building, The Phillip Alampi Seminar Room Ever wonder how waves are formed and what really causes rip currents? Interested in learning more about current research about the formation and erosion of beaches? Want to spice up your teaching […]

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