The NC Climate Education Network (NCCEN) hosted an art contest for students across North Carolina and received over 150 entries. The NCCEN also hopes to connect the latest climate research and information with teachers across North Carolina, including a virtual NC Climate Education Network Open House on January 26, 2021 from 3:00-4:00.
This new initiative will promote an accommodating and positive experience for all visitors, including those with sensory needs.
“To any undergraduate reading this, my word of advice to you would be to not be afraid to reach out and ask for help finding an internship or research position. Educators and scientists want to help you learn.”
The National Sea Grant Office’s Community Engaged Internships are available this summer for undergraduates who are from under-resourced, underrepresented, or indigenous and tribal populations.
“The posters are great,” says John M. Aydlett, who leads the Got to Be NC Seafood campaign. “They help to educate consumers on what’s typically available from North Carolina’s waters in order to make a decision on what species to purchase and prepare.”