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Queens College's Into the Woods Project Hosts Science and Art Symposium

GRANTEE:Teachers and Students Get a Superior Education with B-WET

In 2014, the Great Lakes B-WET-funded Rivers2Lake program used year-long mentoring and in-school collaboration with teachers and researchers to integrate the Lake Superior watershed and the St. Louis River Estuary into classrooms, forming the core of the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve’s education efforts....(read more)

 

Citizen Science in America’s DNA

LEADERSHIP: NOAA Programs Proposed for Termination in FY16 Proposal

Six NOAA STEM education programs are proposed for termination in the FY16 President’s Budget.  Details can be found in NOAA’s Fiscal Year 2016 Congressional Justification on the pages listed below.  Click here to link to the Congressional Justification. Additional information on the Administrations FY16 STEM proposal can be found here. ...(read more)

 

NOAA Education Completes Conference Participation for 2014

OUTREACH: NOAA Education Completes Conference Participation for 2014

NOAA Education completed it’s education outreach event participation in early December by ending the year with the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) regional conference in Long Beach, CA. Nearly 6,000 people attended this science education event, the largest regional conference NSTA has ever held. The NOAA Education Office received staff assistance from several regional NOAA programs including the National Weather Service Offices in Oxnard and San Diego, CA. (read more)


NOAA’s Educational Partnership Program (EPP) cosponsored the 7th Biennial Education

STUDENT: Highlights from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Educational Partnership Program, 7th Biennial Education and Science Forum

From October 26-29th 2014, NOAA’s Educational Partnership Program (EPP) cosponsored the 7th Biennial Education and Science Forum with the NOAA Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Nearly four hundred students, alumni and scientists participated in the Forum, the theme of which was “Developing a Premier Future STEM Workforce to Support Environmental Sustainability”. (read more)