Especially for Middle School and

High School Students!

Thursday, May 6, 2021, 7-8pm ET

 

Don’t miss the chance to meet three amazing scientists who conduct research at Palmer Station, Antarctica. You’ll have a chance to hear first-hand about their experiences, and be able to submit questions about polar science and how to get started along that career path.

This is a free program; pre-registration is required to get the Zoom link.

Want to attend?  Click here for Registration link

Have a question?  Click here for Question submission form

 

 

Andrew Corso, Postdoctoral Researcher at Virginia Institute of Marine Science, is excited to talk to students about his research on marine organisms in Antarctica and possibly pathways to get involved in marine research.

 

 

 

Scott Doney, Professor at University of Virginia, is excited to talk to students about his oceanographic research and what it’s like to be a polar scientist studying climate change.

 

 

 

 

Sharon Stammerjohn, Senior Research Associate at University of Colorado-Boulder, is excited to talk to students about what it’s like to work outdoors and in the computer laboratory in order to discover the secrets contained in ice.

 

 

This panel will be hosted by New Jersey 4-H STEM Ambassadors teens.
To download a flyer, click here: May6Flyer_FINAL