TOS News and Announcements
Registration and Abstract Submission Now Open for the 2016 Ocean Optics Conference!
The Ocean Optics XXIII Conference will be held in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada from October 23 – 28, 2016. Although the deadline for oral presentations has passed, registration remains open and abstracts for poster-only presentations are still being accepted. Visit the conference website to learn more!
The March 2016 Issue of Oceanography is now online!
The March special issue of Oceanography on Graduate Education in the Ocean Sciences is now available. Also in this issue is a hands-on oceanography lab, more career profiles, and our regular education and Ripple Marks columns. Read this issue now!
New Grad Student Resources Page
TOS has created a new Web page to serve as a resource for ocean sciences graduate students. This portal contains information on fellowships, scholarships, summer positions, volunteer and ship time/fieldwork opportunities, and more. Visit the new page!
TOS Council Election Results
TOS congratulates the newly elected Council Members: Richard Murray (Geological Oceanography), Dennis McGillicuddy (At-Large), and Stefanie Mack (Student Representative). View the list of all Council members here.
Graduate Education in the Ocean Sciences Survey
The results from the TOS Town Hall “What’s Right and What’s Wrong with Graduate Education in the Ocean Sciences?” survey are in. View survey results.
OSM Keynote, Plenary, and Award Lectures Are Online
Some of the major lectures from the February 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting were captured and can be viewed online.
Student Membership Is Now Free!
Nurturing the next generation of scientists is crucially important to the future of oceanography. To support this need, the TOS leadership has made membership in The Oceanography Society available free for students enrolled at the graduate or undergraduate level. Join Now!
March 2016 Supplement to Oceanography
The March supplement to Oceanography, “New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The E/V Nautilus and NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer 2015 Field Season,” is now available.
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