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Raritan River Initiative Faculty Town Hall

Why should I attend? Ever thought about: Incorporating field experiences into your courses? Helping students collect or access authentic data? Bringing the local environment into your classroom? If so, join us to learn more about the Rutgers Raritan River Initiative! Come provide feedback on how to best assist you in using the Raritan River Basin […]

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2016 Shore Bowl

Date: Saturday, February 6, 2016 Time: 7am – 6pm Location: Cook Campus Center, Rutgers University What Is Shore Bowl? The Shore Bowl is a regional academic competition  for high school students in NJ, NY, and PA that focuses on ocean-related topics.  These topics include the biology, chemistry, physics and geology of the ocean, as well […]

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Gears Scientists Projects

After attending the Gears Professional Development Workshop Series, participants had the opportunity to apply the information that they acquired during the workshop and to work with education and outreach professionals on outreach/broader impact plans and products related to their science. Below are some examples of the projects that have been produced by these early career […]

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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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Announcing Planting AntaRctica in KAnsas (Project PARKA) 2013-14

Project PARKA is an opportunity for 9-12th grade science teachers and students in the greater Topeka, KS area in 2013-14 • Interact face-to-face with oceanographic research scientists! • Expose your students to the scientific process, critical thinking, and science communication! • Learn about potential careers in marine science! • Increase your awareness and understanding of […]

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