Events

2013 Hurricane Webinar Series for Educators

Join Dr. Rick Knabb for a look at the challenges of forecasting Hurricane Sandy

Please join the Hurricanes: Science and Society (HSS) team at the University of Rhode Island's Graduate School of Oceanography for the 2013 Hurricane Educators Webinar Series.  This series of three, 1-hour webinars will focus on current topics in tropical cyclones and preparation for the upcoming 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season.

Earth Science Lecture

Spitz, Inc. is hosting a free lecture on Earth Science research and teaching, along with demonstrations of The Layered Earth and Starry Night, on Saturday, April 27, in Chadds Ford, PA.  The talk will be given by Dr. Ellen Prager, marine scientist and author of Chasing Science at Sea: Racing hurricanes, stalking sharks, and living undersea with ocean experts. Please RSVP to reserve a seat for the lecture (see attached file for details).

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April 27, 2013

Earth Science lecture for teachers - Chadds Ford, PA

Spitz, Inc. is hosting a free lecture on Earth Science research and teaching, along with demonstrations of The Layered Earth and Starry Night, on Saturday, April 27, in Chadds Ford, PA.  The talk will be given by Dr. Ellen Prager, marine scientist and author of Chasing Science at Sea: Racing hurricanes, stalking sharks, and living undersea with ocean experts. Please RSVP to reserve a seat for the lecture (see attached file for details).

Arctic Sea Ice: The New Normal

Arctic Sea Ice: The New Normal

A Google Hangout to launch a new AMNH/NOAA Data Visualization

Tuesday, April 9 @ 4–5PM EDT

Last September, sea ice in the Arctic Ocean shrank to its smallest extent on record. This frozen cover is also dramatically younger and thinner than it used to be. How does the satellite record reveal these changes? And what are the effects of sea ice loss both near and far?

NASA looking for middle school girls to help change the world through STEM

Women@NASA Logo

Women@NASA has created five-week virtual mentoring projects for middle school (grades 5-8) female students. Through Skype or Google Chat, girls are mentored by a NASA employee – it could be an engineer, accountant, scientist, or astronaut. For updates and application information, visit: https://women.nasa.gov/nasagirls/

2012 PAESTA Conference Wrap-up

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