2015 NOSB Professional Development Opportunity
The National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) is happy to announce a special professional development opportunity for middle and high school educators nationwide.
All educators are welcome to attend, and NOSB coaches are highly encouraged to …
NOSB in the News and How You Can Help
In early October, Science magazine ran the article For $1 million: Will an ocean science quiz program survive tough times?, which focused on federal budget cuts to education programs such as the NOSB. The well-written …
Top Two Teams for 2014 went on Awesome Award Trips
Each year, the award for the top winning teams at the National Ocean Sciences Bowl Finals Competition is an experiential trip that provides these teams with unique hands-on field and laboratory experience in the marine sciences.
The Ocean Gyre: Issue 5 Now Available
We are pleased to release the fifth issue of The Ocean Gyre, the NOSB’s bi-annual newsletter.
2014 National Ocean Scholarship Recipients Announced!
Congratulations to the 2014 National Ocean Scholarship Recipients! We wish you the best of luck as you begin the next phase of your education and begin your careers in the marine sciences. For more information about the National Ocean Scholar Program, please visit our scholarship page.
The Living Oceans Foundation Released their First Quarterly Newsletter
The Living Oceans Foundation released their first quarterly newsletter – check out their feature articles! Red Coral in Danger, Cook Islands Spectacular, and Coral Killers!
Undergraduate Research Opportunity with Williams College at Mystic Seaport
There are a few spots open for this coming Fall in Williams College’s undergraduate Maritime Studies Program based at Mystic Seaport on Long Island Sound.
Williams-Mystic is an interdisciplinary study-away semester devoted to the science, policy, …
Boise High School Participated in We the Geeks: Submerged!
2014 NOSB Champs, Boise High School, participated in We the Geeks: SUBMERGED! hosted by the White House and the Weather Channel on June 25, 2014.
Check out the recording on the White House blog. The Boise team did an excellent job at answering questions and representing the NOSB community!