Rutgers Polar Scientist Virtual Webinar Thursday May 6th

25 Apr 2021 10:19 AM | NJSTA (Administrator)
"Ask a Polar Scientist" at this LIVE virtual webinar on Science Research on the Ice, on Thursday, May 6th, 2021 from 7-8pm ET! 
Register Today!

Meet the Polar Scientists!

Andrew Corso, a Post-doctoral researcher at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science is excited to talk to you about marine creatures and his research experiences in Antarctica!


Dr. Scott Doney, a professor in Environemtnal Change is excited to talk to you about his oceanographic research and what it is like to be a polar scientist studying climate change.

Dr. Sharon Stammer, a Senior Research Associate at the University of Colorado Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, is excited to speak with you about what it is like to work outdoors and in a computer laboratory exploring polar data.

Register Here for the May 6th Webinar and Submit Your Questions Here for the Scientists Today!

We are anticipating a large number of registrations for this exciting program.  In order to maximize our time with the scientists, we ask that you submit questions in advance! We will not be taking questions during the program and because of limited time, we encourage you to submit your question ASAP here!

Need Help thinking of a Question? Here are some Tips:

You have heard the phrase “there are no dumb questions”.  Well, it's true!  We want to encourage your creativity and passion for science. You may be curious about what it’s like to be a research scientist- the challenges, daily routines, and technology used. In addition, you may want to know more about scientists’ motivation, career path and inspiration.  We definitely encourage these kinds of questions - and anything else you want to ask these amazing scientists!

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