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View Resource Associate Scientist Andres Berrio

This video, from WGBH, looks at Andres Berrio and his current job as an associate scientist. This video examines what someone can do with experience and education in laboratory science, what skills are needed to succeed in this field, and what employees can do to shine to employers. This video is helpful for anyone interested in biotechnology or working as a laboratory associate scientist or...

View Resource Office of Naval Research: Careers in Oceanography

The Office of Naval Research website introduces oceanography, providing descriptions of marine science fields it encompasses: biology, chemistry, geology, physics, engineering, policy, fisheries, atmospheric science, biotechnology, acoustics. Profiles of individual scientists offer personal insights. Includes recommendations on preparation and opportunities to seek out during high school and...

View Resource Diversity in Research in Environmental and Marine Sciences (DREAMS) Program

DREAMS is a partnership program between Hampton University's Department of Marine & Environmental Science and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. This program will provide Hampton U. students with comprehensive research experience, career preparation and leadership training. Selection is competitive and in addition to a great learning experience, participants receive a stipend for the VIMS...

View Resource Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography: Minorities in the Aquatic Sciences Resources

The MAS Resources page features information on summer, semester-long, PhD, and various other minorities-in-aquatic-sciences programs. The site also includes links to professional societies and websites for minorities in science. Publication citations and career information are also available. Each program listing is annotated.

View Resource Certification Program for Oceanographic Professionals

The Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center was funded by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrations (NOAA) National Ocean Service (NOS) and Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) to assess the need for a certification program for oceanographic professionals (CPOP) in this country. This section of their website provides general information on certification for...

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