The Environmental Journalism Program provides specialized working journalists in broadcast, print and online media much-needed information about tropical ecosystems, providing a deep background in tropical ecology to enhance the accuracy of reporting on science and environmental issues.Applications are being accepted February 1-21, 2023.– Download 2023 Press Release
The Science Teachers Enrichment Program enhances teachers’ knowledge of current information about tropical biology and equips them with innovative techniques using an inquiry-based approach. Conducted in partnership with Kauai Community College, University of Hawaii.Check back in the spring of 2023 for our next session announcement.
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