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STEM Ed Announcement: Oceans Symposium March 2012
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- Subject: STEM Ed Announcement: Oceans Symposium March 2012
- From: "Mort Sternheim" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2012 02:03:03 -0500
This is not a UMass program
Contact Information is below.
Marine Careers Oceans Symposium
Sponsored by the Boston Sea Rovers
Friday, March 9, 2012
Boston Public Library, Copley Square, Boston
We are pleased to announce our 2012 Oceans program for students in grades 5-12.
This year we will feature presentations about:
- Water quality investigations
- Ecological research on coral reefs
- Marine explorations by college interns
- Opportunities at the the New England Aquarium
- what YOU can do to protect the world's oceans
- Opportunities for students to study marine biology
Join us for a fast paced, engaging and highly informative program that will take students on an above and underwater tour of the ocean sciences and show them things that they can do to expand their study of the aquatic environment.
Upon acceptance, admission is free to school groups and their teachers due a generous grant provided by the Boston Sea Rovers.
You may apply to bring up to 50 students and one chaperon per 25 students by emailing a letter explaining why you would like to bring your
students to the symposium and how many seats you are requesting to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 20, 2012.
Questions can be sent to that email or to George Buckley at 617-998-8597 Please be sure to confirm both field trip approval and transportation approvals with your school Administration prior at the time of your request.
The Boston Public Library is in historic Copley Square; the best entrance to use is on the right side of the front of the building. There are several inexpensive restaurants near the Library. While we are unable to provide transportation assistance, the Library is readily accessed by MBTA transit from both the Alewife, Harvard, Park and Braintree stations.
Boston Sea Rovers
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