2013 Thacher Environmental Research Contest for High School Students
Prizes are awarded annually to secondary school students (grades 9-12) designing and conducting the best projects using satellite remote sensing of the Earth.
The Ocean Gyre: Issue 3 Now Available!
We are pleased to release the third issue of The Ocean Gyre, NOSB’s bi-annual newsletter.
2013 “Living on the Ocean Planet” Video Contest
The NOSB, in partnership with the NMEA and the Ocean Today Kiosk, is sponsoring the 2013 Living on the Ocean Planet video contest, open to all high school students.
From the Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Essay Contest!
The Ocean Awareness Essay Contest is a great way to explore a career as a science writer–and possibly win thousands of dollars doing it!
Submissions will be accepted September 15, 2012 – June 15, 2013
2nd Annual San Francisco Ocean Film Festival – Now Accepting Entries!
The San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival 2nd Annual Student Film Competition is now accepting entries!
Beneath the Sea Scholarships!
Beneath The Sea, founded in 1976, is committed to encouraging young people to learn about our oceans. They offer a variety of educational programs, including the Sea of Tomorrow Society’s Scholarships. The scholarships, offered to young people in the 13 to 30 years of age range, provide financial assistance and encouragement to those who are interested in learning about and pursuing a marine-related career path. Six scholarships are offered this year.
The application deadline is January 15, 2013.
Marshfield Team Preps for the 2013 NOSB Season!
NOSB teams spend the Fall and Winter studying hard and gearing up for their Regional Competitions in February!
(From the Marshfield News Herald) – Team members meet three times a week for about an hour after school to practice their oceanography skills and brush up on the competition rules.
Reminder: Last Chance to Nominate a NOSB Marine or Freshwater Science Prodigy (by September 30)
PRODIGIES, an online series created by Radical Media, wishes to highlight a student involved in marine- or freshwater-related issues. What better way to identify extraordinary students connected with water-related issues than through our national program …