Student Center

Page 1 of 15

SUNY Stony Brook Marine Biology
The School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) is the State University of New York's center for marine and atmospheric research, education, and public service. With more than 85 faculty and staff and more than 500 students engaged in interdisciplinary research and education, SoMAS is at the forefront of advancing knowledge and discovering and resolving environmental challenges affecting the oceans and atmosphere on both regional and global scales.
Grade Level: Undergraduate lower division, Undergraduate upper division

Research Internships in Marine Science - Woods Hole, MA
Introduces summer marine science research internships for undergraduates. Interns work with scientists, experiencing the spectrum of professional activities involved in the marine research field. Two programs available: REU on Coastal Bays of New England, open to all undergraduates sophomore and up; Woods Hole Marine Science Consortium internships are open to students of consortium member institutions. Offers contact information and details on eligibility, application procedures, deadlines, stipends and housing.
Grade Level: Undergraduate lower division, Undergraduate upper division

ExploraVision Awards Competition
A competition for students of all interest, skill, and ability levels to encourage students to combine their imaginations with the tools of science to create and explore a vision of a future technology. Site includes information for teachers and young inventors. Prizes awarded for top inventions in several age categories. Read bios and quotes from past winners and see past invention ideas.
Grade Level: Primary elementary, Intermediate elementary, Middle school, High school

College of Charleston Grice Marine Laboratory
Undergraduate and graduate programs in marine biology: evolutionary biology, marine biogeography, cellular and molecular biology, benthic ecology, immunology, microbial ecology, phytoplankton ecology, environmental physiology, fish systematics, and invertebrate zoology and other marine sciences. On-line searchable library. Located at Fort Johnson on James Island across Charleston Harbor from the city of Charleston, South Carolina.
Grade Level: Graduate or professional, Undergraduate lower division, Undergraduate upper division

National Envirothon
Annual environmental problem-solving competition held throughout North America. Covers five subjects: wildlife, forestry, soil, aquatics, and current environmental issues. Conducted over five consecutive days every summer, Canon Envirothon is hosted by a different state or province each year. In-class curriculum and hands-on field experiences offered to participants.
Grade Level: High school

Island Explorers Marine Science Program
Describes science curriculum facilitated through hands-on marine science activities correlated with the California Science Framework. Curriculum focuses on major ocean concepts and Catalina Island. Program involves overnight field trip to Wrigley Institute. Teacher training component is in development. Two student activities focusing on garibaldi and kelp are available on the site.
Grade Level: Primary elementary, Intermediate elementary, Middle school

Dauphin Island Sea Lab Discovery Hall Programs
Respected institution offers year-round marine science programs. School year programs for K-12 classes include half-day lecture and lab or fieldtrip on oceanography, hurricanes, other topics; reservations required. Summer programs include: 4-week course or high school students; 1-week camp for middle school students; half-day programs for ages 5-11. Four-day teacher workshops cover regional ecology; graduate credit available. Special workshops for Alabama teachers foster relationships between teachers and scientists. Information on program application process, prerequisites, fees.
Grade Level: Primary elementary, Intermediate elementary, Middle school, High school, Graduate or professional

Fisher Scientific
Supplier of fine scientific equipment, this site also provides grant information, lesson plans, the latest discovery headlines, and more. Site also includes information on Fisher's rewards program and their New Lab Startup Program, where you equip your own lab to your specifications and receive money-saving offers for equipment and supplies.
Grade Level: Primary elementary, Intermediate elementary, Middle school, High school, Undergraduate lower division, Undergraduate upper division

Georgian College, Orillia Campus
Georgian College offers a one of a kind program for marine engine mechanics. The program teaches how to diagnose and service boat engines and marine systems, providing the skills for a lifetime on and near the water. In addition to learning two and four-stroke technology, working on outboard and sterndrive engines, you learn about environmental issues, customer service and business operations. Site provides information on careers and links to other programs at GC.
Grade Level: Undergraduate lower division, Graduate or professional

Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories, Inc.
This non-profit laboratory in Panacea, Florida offers guided field trips, touch tanks, and a glimpse of their in-house research, in addition to being a supplier of guaranteed-live marine specimens to some 1500 laboratories and classrooms in the US and Canada. Also involved in conservation, GSML third oldest sea turtle research and conservation program in the United States. Information on membership and volunteer opportunities are also available.
Grade Level: Primary elementary, Intermediate elementary, Middle school, High school

    1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | Next >