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A Virtual St. Pete Science Festival Activity.
Congratulations to all the students and coaches and a huge thank you to the committee and volunteers that made this online event possible!
For the first time in its long-running history, the Spoonbill Ocean Sciences Bowl, a regional high school competition in St. Petersburg, FL where teams compete to advance to the National Ocean Sciences Bowl, will be held virtually.
March 12, 2021Community Engagement
Then came our signature project. The Art Committee decided to paint its very own mural. In part, we wanted to leave our mark on campus.
Developed in 2014 by CMS students, the goal of the Jr Scientist program is to give middle and high school students the opportunity to volunteer at the festival, as a way to engage them in science.
December 11, 2020Community Engagement
Oceanography Camp for Girls continues virtually.
November 20, 2020Community Engagement
Dr Karyna Rosario is based within the Marine Genomics Laboratory at the University of South Florida in the US. Her research, focusing on viral metagenomics, has led to the discovery of a novel indicator that helps detect harmful pathogens in wastewater. The findings will lead to safer lives for all of us.
September 23, 2020Community Engagement
The camp looked a bit different this year. Instead of the traditional three-week in-person format, the camp will be a hybrid virtual and in-person format taking place over the next nine months.
Since mid-March life has been about adaptation. Adapting to new learning and work environments. Adapting to virtual happy hours and Zoom calls with not-so-tech-savvy parents.
June 2, 2020Community Engagement
We are proud to launch this program with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast so we can that educate kids about the challenges and opportunities facing our precious coast, while also empowering them toward action.
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.