Hatfield Marine Science Day 2023, 2024

Marine Science Day is an annual event at Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC) in Newport, Oregon for community members to connect with laboratories, researchers, and educators to learn more about what is going on behind the “seas” in the world of Ocean Science. In collaboration with scientists from NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC), our Research Assistant (Kelly George) had the opportunity to teach community members about the Kavanaugh Lab’s Imaging Flow Cytobot (IFCB) and demonstrate the instrument’s operation.

To learn more about HMSC Marine Science Day, visit their website!

SMILE Spring 2023 Challenge Series (turning STEM into Art)

Attended by Seascape Ecology Lab Grad Student Raquel Gilliland.

Young Scientists & Wave Makers Webinar – March 2023

The Cape Perpetua Collaborative is a partnership made up of marine conservationists, NGOs, and a local Indigenous tribe sponsored by the Ocean Conservation Fund, Lazar Foundation, and the City of Yachats. The Collaborative organizes outreach events, citizen science initiatives, and community education events in order to raise awareness of the Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve in Oregon. In March 2023, Seascape Ecology Lab Graduate Student Raquel Gilliland teamed up with the Collaborative to host an educational webinar: Utilizing cooperative fisheries research to better understand harmful algal blooms along the Oregon coast.

To learn more about the Cape Perpetua Collaborative and their outreach events, visit their website!

Careers in Science Investigations (CSI) at HMSC – November 2022

Attended by Seascape Ecology Lab Grad Student Raquel Gilliland.

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