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Teachers Gather... 10/15/19 - Aquarium hosts Coastal Learning Conference. Read more

Inspire a Future Scientist! 10/9/19 - Science Coach Volunteer Training Oct 24. Read more

Environmental Science... 9/25/19 - New ES class at North Bend Middle School. Read more

NBHS Senior... 9/21/19 - North Bend student on the R/V Oceanus. Read more

Crusing Through School... 9/12/19 - Career Tech unmanned sailboat to launch. Read More

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Careers in Energy Week

October 14-18

Learn about and celebrate rewarding careers in energy sector that provide vital services to the nation. The men and women who work in jobs such as line workers, electrical engineers, and renewable energy developers, ensure that millions of people in businesses and homes across the country have the energy they need. Well-paying energy jobs are found in every state, the industry is growing, and a skilled STEM workforce is needed to meet current and future challenges. Learn more at about different types of energy jobs at http://getintoenergy.com/

Student Shipboard Experiences

September 12- 15, 2019 on the R/v Oceanus

High school and college students and a science teacher will learn to conduct research at sea this week on the Oregon State University research vessel Oceanus. The three high schoolers boarding the R/V Oceanus are from Newport, Waldport and North Bend, and the teacher is from Toledo Jr/Sr High School. They will be joined by two undergraduates from OSU and Oregon Coast Community College as well as three OSU graduate students.

The students will help OSU marine mammal and seabird scientists and a seafloor ecologist collect data at sea. Participants will learn a variety of marine sampling and survey techniques during the cruise, and also deploy a 5 1/2 foot unmanned sailboat built by students at Career Tech High School.

Follow their adventures! Read the press release, read Blog posts, see photos and track the unmanned sailboat

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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