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Survey Announcement - IPY Education, Outreach, and Communication

Date: 
Thu, 01/20/2011
Survey Announcement - IPY Education, Outreach, and Communication

Survey Announcement
IPY Education, Outreach, and Communication
IPY EOC Assessment Committee

To complete the survey, please go to:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/IPYsurvey-english

Sea Ice Outlook | Education and Outreach

Welcome to the Sea Ice Outlook Education and Outreach web page. To assist parents, educators, and members of the public, the Sea Ice Outlook Central Office will use this page to post educational materials and information about sea ice research.

IPY Outreach Assessment Report Available

Date: 
Thu, 10/06/2011
IPY Outreach Assessment Report Available

Outreach Assessment Report Available
International Polar Year

The full report can be downloaded at:
http://apecs.is/images/stories/files/ICSU_IPY_EOC_Report_2011.pdf

Session Announcement and Call for Abstracts - Education, Communication and Outreach - Linking Research to Public Policy and Environmental Awareness

Date: 
Wed, 09/17/2008
Session Announcement and Call for Abstracts - Education, Communication and Outreach - Linking Research to Public Policy and Environmental Awareness

Session Announcement and Call for Abstracts
Education, Communication and Outreach - Linking Research to Public
Policy and Environmental Awareness
Arctic Change 2008
Quebec City, Canada
9-12 December 2008

Polar Educators International - Professional Network for Outreach Activities

Polar Educators International (PEI) is an international professional network for everyone who educates in, for, and about the polar regions. Evidence shows that education and outreach associated with the 2007-08 International Polar Year touched 24 million people through the work of teachers, scientists, writers, filmmakers, policymakers, government agencies, and many others. PEI was organized to continue this momentum. The network began to form during discussions at the IPY meeting in 2010 and was realized during the IPY meeting in 2012 with a formal announcement from Peter Harrison, chair of the IPY 2012 Montreal conference.

International Polar Year (IPY) Education and Outreach Experiences Needed - Polar Resource Book

Date: 
Fri, 06/26/2009
International Polar Year (IPY) Education and Outreach Experiences Needed - Polar Resource Book

International Polar Year (IPY) Education and Outreach Experiences Needed
Polar Resource Book
International Program Office for IPY

Deadline for Intent to Submit: Monday, 20 July 2009
Deadline for Accepted Submissions: Monday, 31 August 2009

Alaska Science Outreach Website Launched

Date: 
Mon, 07/19/2004
Alaska Science Outreach Website Launched

New Website Available
Alaska Science Outreach
AlaskaWriter LLC

To visit the website, please go to:
http://www.alaskascienceoutreach.com

AGU Open Meeting Announcement - IPY Education and Outreach Meeting

Date: 
Thu, 12/06/2007
AGU Open Meeting Announcement - IPY Education and Outreach Meeting

AGU Open Meeting Announcement
IPY Education and Outreach Meeting
American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2007 Fall Meeting
San Francisco, California

Position Available - Education and Public Outreach Manager

Date: 
Wed, 08/18/2010
Position Available - Education and Public Outreach Manager

Position Available
Education and Public Outreach Manager
American Geophysical Union
Washington, D.C.

For further information, please go to:
https://jobs.agu.org/ext/detail.asp?jobid=aguorg128

Polar Science Weekend at Pacific Science Center: Eight Years of Outreach and Partnership

Public outreach is an important part of the mission of scientific agencies such as NSF and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). While scientists are usually enthusiastic about their research they typically don't think about how to present it to general audiences and they may lack the time or confidence to seek out such opportunities. Partnerships with informal science education institutions offer scientists the chance to reach large public audiences and to develop the skills to communicate with them. The institutions benefit from the new content presented by the scientists that engages their visitors in face-to-face interactions. One such model is the Polar Science Weekend at Pacific Science Center.