Outreach

2007 – Lecture – “How Fishes See”, RI Saltwater Anglers Association
2011 – Science Translator, 13th Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists, Metcalfe Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting, GSO (June 2011)
2011 – Research Poster Presentation at “Discovery at URI” – Spring 2011
2011 – Participant/Exhibitor, Science Open House, URI Graduate School of Oceanography 50Th Anniversary (June 2011)
2012 – Exploration Zone, America’s Cup Science Exhibition, staffed Touch It Tank
2014 – Job Shadowing in Webb Lab, two students from Narragansett Middle School (facilitated by post-doc Nathan Bird, and grad students Lauren Carter, Ashley Marranzino)JobShadowDay_URI_3
2014 – Pres. – Instructor, Narragansett Bay Classroom (grad students Ashley Marranzino, Lauren Carter)
2014 – Poster session at NEOSEC (2014 Ocean Literacy Summit), Woods Hole. Ashley Marranzino presented MS work on lateral line system of deep sea fishes and publicized URI marine-related undergraduate degree programs)
2014 – Presentation on Marine Biology Program for delegation from KNUST in Ghana (organized by CRC/GSO)
2015-Present – Graduate students Ashley Marranzino and Andrea Schlunk contribute articles to OceanBites (oceanbites.org), a website sponsored by URI’s Graduate School of Oceanography, which makes cutting edge research accessible to all by explaining the scientific literature in oceanography. For examples, see: http://oceanbites.org/author/amarranzino/ and http://oceanbites.org/author/aschlunk/.
2015 – Save the Bay Aquarium Volunteer – Graduate Student Ashley Marranzino
2016 – GRRL Tech Workshop (March; graduate student Andrea Schlunk)
2016 – Operation Smile at URI (March; graduate student/GRFP Fellow Ashley Marranzino)
2016 – E/V Nautilus Science Internship (August; graduate student/GRFP Fellow Ashley Marranzino)
2016 – R/V Endeavor 40th Anniversary Open House, GSO/URI (Sept. 2016; Webb and students)
2017 – Society for Women in Marine Science (SWMS) – CV Workshop (Webb)

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