Highlights

 
Holt’s New Book is a Resource for Raising Coral Reef Species

Holt’s New Book is a Resource for Raising Coral Reef Species

Dr. Joan Holt may have retired from research and teaching, but she sure hasn’t slowed down. In March, the professor emerita and her co-editors, Drs. Calado, Olivotto, and Oliver, saw the fruits of their labor come to pass when their book...
Taking Science to the Community

Taking Science to the Community

The University of Texas Marine Science Institute hosted “Science Night” in coordination with the Port Aransas Independent School District this past February. Science Night was an opportunity for elementary and middle school students and their families to learn about the unique...
Immersing Educators in Science Learning

Immersing Educators in Science Learning

This past March, a group of education leaders and practitioners from across south Texas convened to immerse themselves in the research and theories of teaching and learning science. This “Reflecting on Practice” workshop was hosted at The University of Texas Marine...
Students and Scientists Hone Their Skills in a Writing Workshop

Students and Scientists Hone Their Skills in a Writing Workshop

Dr. Tom Lindsay discusses strategies for writing documents that are concise with a structured flow and logic.Students and postdoctoral fellows developed their writing skills with a full-day workshop and writing retreat last week. Drs. Sara Saylor and Tom Lindsay from The...
Sea Turtle Nesting Season Begins on the Texas Coast

Sea Turtle Nesting Season Begins on the Texas Coast

Keep your eyes peeled while on the beach because the sea turtle nesting season along the Texas coast begins on April 1, 2017. Visitors to Texas beaches can help protect the most critically endangered sea turtle in the world, the Kemp’s...