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5th Graders Build a Boat...1/13/20 - Mini-boats connect schools in Oregon and Japan. Read more

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Geology Lecture Series

Friday, January 24th in Coos Bay

Presenter: Dr. Sarah Minson, U.S. Geological Survey’s Earthquake Science Center
Topic: Imminent Shaking: What Kind of Earthquake Prediction is Possible? - Description

Geology Lecture Series talks are free and are held in the Hales Center for the Performing Arts at the Coos Bay campus of Southwestern Oregon Community College, 1988 Newmark Ave., Coos Bay. For those not able to attend in person, all lectures are livestreamed and archived, with access from the College’s web site at https://livestream.com/SWOCC/geology2019-20

Carbon Speaker Series

Monthly "Ridgetop to Reef" Presentations

Thursday, Feb 6th in Newport

Presenter: Craig Cornu, Pacific Northwest Blue Carbon Working Group
Topic: Pacific Northwest Tidal Wetlands and Their Part of Mitigate the Effects of Climate Change - Description

The goal of the 2020 Carbon Speaker Series is to raise public awareness in coastal communities about the ways in which natural and managed lands may best store carbon to lessen some of the effects of climate change, and in turn offer resilience in the face of this change. Each presentation is free, open to all, and will begin at 6:30 PM in the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center’s newly-renovated Doerfler Family Theatre in Newport on 333 SE Bay Blvd. Read more about the series

Getting to Know the Oregon Coast STEM Hub

OSTA Newsletter - February 2019

The Oregon Science Teachers Association (OSTA) met with members of the Oregon Coast STEM Hub to learn about STEM Hubs in Oregon, some of our Hub's ongoing projects, our vision for our Hub and our region. Check it out


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