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The “Don’t Pack a Pest!” Campaign: Outreach to all International Educators

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Late May, I had the opportunity to attend the NAFSA Annual Conference in Los Angeles, CA. NAFSA is the largest international educator’s organization in the world, with nearly 12,000 members of international student and scholar educators, advisors, language teachers, and … Continue reading

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Aquarium Fish make for an Ecotourism, Non-profit Combo

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Passengers from around the world, diverse in character and their scientific, social, educational and/or professional fields embark on a journey involving the “Dorinha” and her crew in exploring the river waters of the Rio Negro Basin, Amazonas, Brazil. What do you … Continue reading

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The Lionfish’s Roaring Impacts on Ocean Fish Populations; Research and Educational Tool for Classrooms

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Just like lions are the top predators of the savanna, lionfish (Pterois volitans)  have quickly become the top of the food chain in the Atlantic Ocean. Native to the Indo-Pacific Ocean, these venomous fish were first found in the Atlantic … Continue reading

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