Sung Yong Kim Assistant Professor Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Daejon, South Korea
Monday, Aug 17th - 3:30 pm - Burt 193
Title: Submesoscale eddies identified from surface current observations off southern San Diego
Thursday August 20, 2015 - 9 AM - Burt 193
Mr. Martin Hoecker-Martinez (Ph.D., Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
Adviser: Dr. William D. Smyth
Title: Turbulence and biophysical fluxes in the near surface ocean
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Attend our free half-day training August 28th or August 29th
Prepare to run with the Salmon and Students for a day!
Our half-day training will prepare you to teach a Salmon Watch station for a day to 8 or 10 5th or 6th grade students!
Salmon Watch is an outdoor educational program begun in partnership with Oregon Trout about 22 years ago bringing students to streams and rivers in Oregon to see spawning salmon. The program developed as collaboration between participating schools, excellent volunteer educators and program coordinators.
At Salmon Watch:
No previous experience is necessary. Visit our website LBSW.org for more information and our Signup
Time: Thursday August 20 9 am -1:30 pm
Location: Agricultural Life Sciences 0012, OSU campus
Are you interested in enhancing the broader impacts of your scientific research? Join us for a half-day workshop focused on developing inquiry-based materials through hands-on activities, discussion time and a panel Q&A with educators and outreach experts.
Examples will be from plant biology, microbiology and biotechnology but the workshop is open to researchers from other disciplines. Participants in this workshop will have access to classroom sets of molecular biology equipment and other material to use in outreach activities. Grade 6-12 educators and future educators are also welcome to attend.
Lunch will be provided during a panel discussion.
See flyer or email Rachel Okrent (OSU, Botany and Plant Pathology; USDA-ARS) for more information.
Sponsored by USDA-NIFA in collaboration with STEPs
Two sessions offered:
Session 1 – Tuesday, September 1, 2:00pm to 3:00pm, FURM 101
Session 2 – Tuesday, September 8, 2:00pm to 3:00pm, FURM 101
Please join us for a Graduate Fellowship information session, appropriate for supervising professors, graduate coordinators and directors, administrative assistants/managers, HR staff, anyone involved in the supervision or appointment/appointment process for Graduate Fellows at OSU. Topics include definitions and eligibility requirements for a formal Graduate Fellowship appointment; tuition remission information; appointment process updates and changes; and a Q&A session.
Todd Jarvis joins the USGS Oregon Water Science Center on a voyage to the Willamette Falls on the Willamette River on June 20. 2015. Marshall Gannett, Hydrologist and OSU Geology alum standing in foreground. The Willamette Falls is part of the Willamette Falls Heritage Area, the first State Heritage Area designated by the Oregon Heritage Commission in 2015.