Jeff is the NeMO "teacher at sea" on the NeMO-ROPOS expedition, submitting
daily reports of the ships activities. Jeff's particpation is sponsored
through Hatfield Marine
Science Center's Sea Grant Program. Jeff is an earth science teacher
at Lake Oswego High School in Oregon.
Mike is the NeMO "teacher on shore", also sponsored through HMSC
Sea Grant. He downloads the daily reports from the cruise and delivers
updates on the scientific discoveries three times daily in the auditorium
of the Hatfield Marine Science Center.
He uses photos taken on board the vessels and the scientists daily logs
for his presentations. He is available at the desk in the Public
Wing's computer center to answer your questions. Mike is a "retired"
teacher from Oregon and teacher-at-sea, Jeff's father.
Beth Sands and Carol McDowell
Mary Beth and Carol are official NOAA
"teachers at sea". They are helping scientists conduct
CTD experiments aboard the
NeMO-CTD cruise. Mary Beth is a teacher from Franklin High School
in Livonia, MI and Carol teaches at Jamestown High School in Virginia.
Ted is a teacher from South Broward Maritime Magnet High School in Florida
who is bringing 5 of his students, the "Reefdogs",
aboard the NeMO-CTD cruise. An unforgettable experience for all.
Vicki and Bill are Sea Grant Marine
Education Specialists at the Hatfield Marine Science Center. Vicki
selects and works with the NEMO teachers. She coordinates programs for
teachers and students K-12 as well as providing workshops for teachers
on a wide variety of marine topics. Bill develops the Hatfield Marine
Science Center Public Wing's current displays on the NeMO cruise.