1. Hands-on Training at the Marine Technology Camps

    This summer, the Marine Technology Society partnered with Northwestern Michigan College and Rutgers University to offer two hands-on technology experiences for students. The vision of the camps has been to give undergraduates an opportunity to have a hands-on experience – learning about, deploying, and collecting data using a range of marine technologies. The Marine Technology […]

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  2. New Jersey Forms New Regional Student Section

    Introducing the newly formed New Jersey Student Section of the Marine Technology Society. In an effort to offer students more flexible ways to engage with the Society, we are piloting a new organizational structure for Student Sections, a regional approach. On July 31, students and advisors from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (New […]

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  3. Ocean Observation Looks Pretty Cool to an Outsider

    We all have things that turn us into a kid in a candy store, don’t we? Times when we let our inner fan-boys and fan-girls out? What’s yours?  For me, it’s anything exploration. Distant lands…research expeditions…space exploration…or the ocean depths. So, when I was invited, my first day on the job, with the rest of […]

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