Ocean Education Articles
The ocean education articles featured in Oceanography magazine describe undergraduate and graduate programs, often funded by government agencies, designed to aid in a specific educational outcome. Articles include descriptions of the programs, location of activities, education level targeted, number of participants, lessons learned, and a summary and discussion of data gathered on the effectiveness of the programs.
A selection of Ocean Education articles are listed below. For more education related articles, go to the Oceanography website and use the search function.
Broadening Participation through Research Experiences in Marine Science: An Early-Admit Immersive College Course Provides Experiential, Place-Based Scientific Training for Hawai‘i High School Students
by M.A.J. Rivera, C.M. Ambrosino, M.M. Manning, S. Leon Soon, Y.M. Rii, and K.D. Gorospe
Interdisciplinary Research Collaborative Trains Students to See Through Turbulent Systems
by K. Cammen, G. Marafino, S. Burton, J. Dow, E. Dullaert, M. Jorge, K. Macolini, L. McGarry, C. Tremblay, J. Jansujwicz, T. Johnson, L. Ross, and G. Zydlewski
Using Authentic Data from NSF’s Ocean Observatories Initiative in Undergraduate Teaching: An Invitation
by C. Greengrove, C.S. Lichtenwalner, H.I. Palevsky, A. Pfeiffer-Herbert, S. Severmann, D. Soule, S. Murphy, L.M. Smith, and K. Yarincik
Two-Stage Exams: A Powerful Tool for Reducing the Achievement Gap in Undergraduate Oceanography and Geology Classes
by B.C. Bruno, J. Engels, G. Ito, J. Gillis-Davis, H. Dulai, G. Carter, C. Fletcher, and D. Böttjer-Wilson
Summer Bridge Program Establishes Nascent Pipeline to Expand and Diversify Hawai‘i’s Undergraduate Geoscience Enrollment
by B.C. Bruno, J.L.K. Wren, J. Ayau, S. Leon Soon, H. Needham, K. Noa, E.M. Wood-Charlson, and C.A. Choy
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