With a pending retirement from the NEISD, this is my wife’s last trip as the head coach of the National Ocean and Science Bowl competition for James Madison.
Students from Conval Regional High School in Peterborough will head to Seward, Alaska, for four days in late April to compete in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.
Living 1000 miles from the ocean is no reason to keep from learning everything you can about the high seas.
The 25 National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) sites are gearing up for their regional competitions to be held Saturday, February 6 and March 6, 2010.
High school students and teachers with a strong interest in marine science soon will compete in an annual regional ocean sciences bowl.
The Department of Marine Sciences at the University of New England will host the regional 2010 Ocean Sciences Bowl on Feb. 6 at the Alfond Center for Health Sciences.
Massachusetts high schools students match wits to answer quick buzzer questions and more complex team challenge questions in areas such as biology, marine science, chemistry, and ocean engineering.
The National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB), in conjunction with IODP-Deep Earth Academy, is bringing a unique professional development opportunity to NOSB coaches.