Teacher Workshop Educates New York Teachers At Stony Brook Southampton Campus - 27 East

Teacher Workshop Educates New York Teachers At Stony Brook Southampton Campus

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Christine Santora, Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmosphere Sciences,  shows teachers how to seine fish from the beach.

Christine Santora, Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmosphere Sciences, shows teachers how to seine fish from the beach.

authorStaff Writer on Aug 6, 2019
Despite the fact that many are located close to or on the water, many New York school districts lack marine science education. The lack of these programs inspired Christine Santora,... more

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