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How marine science dripped onto the artist’s canvas.
During the day of the event Natalia Lopez was going to talk to only one group, but both the students and teachers asked if Natalia Lopez could stay longer to ask more questions, talk to their friends in other grades and get more details about these opportunities.
The “Great American Teach In” is a fun opportunity for community members to talk to kids about their careers and the experiences they had to get to where they are in their field.
This blog whisks you through my summer doing marine science with Girls Inc—and you don’t even have to get your feet wet!
For the past couple summers Dr. Mya Breitbart's lab has done outreach activities with Girls Inc. of Pinellas, an organization that inspires young girls to be strong, smart, and bold through afterschool programs and summer camps.
On Saturday, February 16th, 2019, eleven high schools from across west central Florida fielded teams to compete against each other in a Round Robin style competition during the morning portion of the tournament followed by a playoff style competition in the afternoon.
February 20, 2019Community Engagement
Florida high school teams from the Panhandle to the Everglades will gather Saturday, February 16, 2019 to compete in the 15th Annual Spoonbill Ocean Sciences Bowl competition.
February 11, 2019Community Engagement
On Saturday, February 2, 2019 students from USF College of Marine Science volunteered at the St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market to teach market-goers about marine debris and plastics.
February 5, 2019Community Engagement
The 2018 Spoonbill Regional champion team, students from Eastside High School in Gainesville Florida placed 10th overall in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl competition
April 25, 2018Community Engagement
Reigning champion Eastside High School from Gainesville Florida won the 2018 Spoonbill Bowl.
The Oceanography Camp for Girls, which held its 25th anniversary last year, has just graduated another class of aspiring scientists and environmentally conscious thinkers.
Over 30 girls, ages 7 to 9, visited the College of Marine Science to interact with the faculty, researchers, and student scientists on campus