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June 9, 2023
A great way to protect sea turtles is to share knowledge.
June 7, 2023
NOAA’s Voices Oral History Archives collects interviews of scientists and stakeholders involved in ocean and climate issues. One additional example is the oral narratives of those from the Kodiak King Crab Fishery.
June 6, 2023
Seattle welcomes (back) a Wyland Whaling Wall! These murals are large and in prominent locations, catching the attention of those passing by. Hopefully, the images also generate conversations around the story of the mural, and the greater challenges facing our ocean as a whole.
June 5, 2023
Do you have a story related to scientific ocean drilling? Consider adding your voice to our StoryCorps community! Community participation is needed for a strong community archive.
June 1, 2023
“During National Ocean Month, we recommit to protecting and conserving our precious ocean and to harnessing its power to shape a more sustainable planet.”
May 15, 2023
I could tell this semester’s course content was weighing heavily on my students emotionally, despite my efforts each week to discussion solutions to our global challenges. So I decided to lighten the mood at the end by challenging students to write and share their own “sciku”. I was completely amazed with their creativity, their passion, and the clear investment of themselves in writing the haiku and supporting description.
May 14, 2023
World Oceans Day and National Ocean Month are coming up in June – are you ready to share your ocean science knowledge? Think about some creative approaches – such as using quilts to share the key focus areas of NOAA!
April 28, 2023
Cultivating attention to remove distractions in the classroom is the approach suggested by Lang when working with students – but maybe this could be successful for faculty gatherings as well.
April 8, 2023
It’s about audience, emotion, authenticity, values, networks, humility, perception, and passion
March 27, 2023
What happens when a call is put out to a community to explore the intersections of climate change and a geographic region, and to share their views and reflections via art? You end up with an amazing collection of works generated through voices, hands, and hearts.