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Baja Peninsula Calls to Stow Teacher

Baja Peninsula Calls to Stow Teacher

Appeared June 6, 2013Published in the Stow Patch Alex McMahan takes the trip of a lifetime this month to the Baja Peninsula, where he will spend 10 days studying the unique combination of environments found

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Locals to study overseas this summer

Locals to study overseas this summer

Appeared June 3, 2013 Published in the Middletown Journal Two local residents will be studying abroad for nine days this summer to gather research as part of a seven-month Miami University course. Dr. Kenneth Willman,

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Science teachers inspired by first-hand look at Barrier Reef

Science teachers inspired by first-hand look at Barrier Reef

Appeared July 13, 2012Published by ABC News, Australia Teachers from the United States are in the country learning about marine conservation. Though they’ve been teaching from textbooks about the Great Barrier Reef for years, diving

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Lufkin Middle School teacher spends summers learning about science in exotic locales

Lufkin Middle School teacher spends summers learning about science in exotic locales

Lufkin Middle School teacher Jennifer Stover is working on her master’s degree. During the fall and spring semesters, she takes online classes after spending her days teaching sixth-grade science. But during the summer, Stover spends

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Around the world in 80 days: the traveling Conservation Education Lab

Around the world in 80 days: the traveling Conservation Education Lab

Appeared Spring 2012Published in Conservation Education, the newsletter of the Institute for Conservation Research, San Diego Zoo Several staff members of the San Diego Zoo’s Conservation Education Division joined Earth Expeditions as instructors for 2012

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Travel inspires Mt. Lookout teacher

Travel inspires Mt. Lookout teacher

Appeared March 21, 2012
Published in the Eastern Hills Journal Cynthia Kelly endured 110 degree temperatures, numerous bug bites and plowing through thick jungle undergrowth. And she’d do it again in a second.

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Walrus Conservation: Connecting Research and Zoo Keepers

Walrus Conservation: Connecting Research and Zoo Keepers

Appeared 2016Published in Animal Keepers’ Forum In “Walrus Conservation: Connecting Research and Zoo Keepers” Advanced Inquiry Program graduate Elizabeth Miller examines the extensive history of walrus populations in human care and successful walrus breeding programs to

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Hamilton teacher waited a lifetime to see Australia

Hamilton teacher waited a lifetime to see Australia

Appeared Winter 2012Published in the Audubon Miami Valley Newsletter, Extra Edition Although I was born and raised in landlocked Hamilton [Ohio], I have always loved the ocean. At age 16, I was finally able to

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