The extension speaker series with New Hanover County Center of the N.C. Cooperative Extension kicks off March 3 and takes place the first Friday of the month.
The March 14 presentation will include insights and advice from experts at N.C. Aquariums in Manteo and Pine Knoll Shores, Coastal Roots Garden Design, N.C. State Extension coastal county offices, N.C. Native Plant Society coastal chapters and N.C. Sea Grant.
The aquaculture program at Carteret Community College recently welcomed tens of thousands of tiny, wiggly bundles of joy, an unusual success — so far.
The networking fair is a chance for K-12 educators to meet with researchers to discuss ways to encourage science literacy for their students.
“Lessons from the Rosenwald Schools” includes footage from hundreds of interviews with alumni and former teachers who share their experiences at historic African American schools.
Officials broke ground Friday for the renovation of the more than 5,300-square-foot building at Hammocks Beach State Park where Black educators convened during segregation.
The N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort is gearing up for February by offering educational programs for all ages.
Dr. Sid Narayan presents “Forces of Nature: The Role Ecosystems Play in Protecting Coastlines and Communities,” Thursday in the Coastal Studies Institute on the ECU Outer Banks Campus.
The four-week, paid annual mentorship program with state government leaders is open to North Carolina high school girls with an interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM.
StoryWalk includes 18 panels along the Westgate Nature Park trail, each featuring a page from the children’s book,“The Traveling Coin” by local author Kevin Kirk.
The N.C. Aquariums are offering half-off admission fees Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The grant programs are now taking applications for research support, scholarships and fellowships.
Once the preservation process is complete on the species of mola fish that washed ashore at North Topsail Beach, the specimen will become part of the Ichthyology, or fish, research collection at N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh.
Deadlines for a handful of grant and fellowships through North Carolina Sea Grant are in the next few months.
The two male otters, Pee Dee and Rocky, are named after North Carolina rivers and will share a space with Eno and Neuse, the aquarium’s current otters.
Dr. Narcisa Pricope has been appointed to a three-year term with the United Nations to advise the UN Convention to Combat Desertification Science-Policy Interface.