Over the past several years, students at the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences at Rutgers University have been able to participate in Communicating Ocean Sciences for Informal Audiences (COSIA). This course provides students an opportunity to develop their communications and teaching skills, in tandem with their science education, allowing them to become more effective […]
It’s a new year, and there’s a lot to get excited about NOW. Ross Sea Connection This month, COSEE NOW partner scientist Dr. Josh Kohut will be leading a research cruise to the Ross Sea. And we’re thrilled that he’s included Chris Linder, a renowned environmental photographer, and Hugh Powell, an experienced science writer, on […]
This month, as the leaves change color and the weather turns chilly, we are delighted to announce the launch of a new blog, RU COLD, and a number of cool new workgroups. Check out the October Newsletter for more.
After a busy and productive summer, COSEE NOW welcomes the fall with our brand new member newsletter and some exciting new online resources for educators (see below). Check out our newsletter for the latest update.
This month marks the mid-way point of COSEE NOW’s 5-year NSF project and we’re happy to announce the launch of our new web site. Find out about all the great new features our new social collaboration portal provides that will enable you to band together with fellow scientists and educators.
We would like to invite you to attend the ASLO Public Outreach Workshop being held on Wednesday, February 24th at the 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Portland, Oregon. This workshop, which will take place in room F151 from 11:45am to 12:45pm, will be an excellent opportunity for you to meet and interact with prospective scientist […]
Just after daybreak this morning, the scientists and crew aboard the Investigador spotted the Scarlet Knight Glider bobbing up and down on the surface of the ocean off the coast of Spain. After over 220 days at sea, the glider’s mission has been accomplished.
The Scarlet Knight Glider has been in the ocean for over 128 days and continues it quest to cross the Atlantic. As the new school year starts, here’s a brief update on the Glider’s progress to help get your classrooms caught up.
Greetings from Aquarius Land Base in Key Largo, FL! Please join Virginia Institute of Marine Science researcher Dr. Mark Patterson, graduate student Noelle Relles, Virginia Sea Grant Marine Education Specialist and COSEE-NOW team member Chris Petrone and student volunteer Sarina Patterson on a 5-day expedition to map the coral reefs around the one and only […]
As you know, the Scarlet Knight might be the first underwater robot to cross the Atlantic Ocean. We hope you’re following the blog closely. Scarlet’s telling us quite the story as she crosses the Atlantic! As the school year comes to an end, we invite you (students, teachers and staff) to send us your stories […]