The Consortium For Ocean Leadership Strengthening EU Bonds

2017-11-30T15:56:22+00:00 October 2, 2017|

The ocean impacts every single human life—it supplies oxygen, medicine, and food. If the sea is our most precious resource, why aren’t organizations across the globe better communicating about breakthroughs in ocean science? (Bilat USA 4.0 / By Callan Yanoff, Jonathan White) -- The Consortium for Ocean Leadership (COL) supports every aspect of oceanic discovery across [...]

Santa Monica High School Wins 20th Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl

2017-04-24T20:18:13+00:00 April 24, 2017|

On Sunday, students from Santa Monica High School (Santa Monica, California) won the National Finals of the 20th Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl. An interdisciplinary ocean science education program of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership, the NOSB tests students’ knowledge of ocean-related topics, including cross-disciplines of biology, chemistry, policy, physics, and geology. Students on Santa Monica’s first national championship team include Amy Amatya, Nanki Chung, Rhys Gaida, Ryu Akiba, and Josh Sheng. They are coached by Mr. Ingo Gaida.

The 20th Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl Finals Competition: April 20-23 at Oregon State University

2017-04-10T11:54:58+00:00 April 10, 2017|

The theme for the 2017 National Ocean Sciences Bowl is Blue Energy – Powering the Planet with our Ocean, which incorporates many new and current topics that are increasingly becoming popular news subjects as a shift toward renewable energies is realized. Marine renewable energy can be one of the many needed solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, [...]

Calling All NOSB Alums – We Need You!

2016-08-02T08:20:07+00:00 July 11, 2016|

This coming school year, the NOSB will be celebrating its 20th anniversary! We want to get in touch with you, our NOSB alums, and find out what you’re doing and the impact the NOSB has had on your life and career.

2016 NOSB Video Contest Winners

2016-07-22T13:33:09+00:00 June 24, 2016|

The National Ocean Sciences Bowl and the National Marine Educators Association are pleased to announce the final winners of the 2016 “Living on the Ocean Planet” Video Contest.

Albany High School Wins 19th Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl

2016-06-28T19:24:17+00:00 April 25, 2016|

(Click to enlarge) Students from Albany High School (Albany, California) beat out 23 other regional champions to win the Finals of the 19th Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl® (NOSB). Students from Albany High School (Albany, California) beat out 23 other regional champions to win the Finals of the 19th Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl® [...]

The 19th Annual NOSB Finals Competition

2016-06-28T19:24:25+00:00 March 7, 2016|

The 19th Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl Finals Competition will be held in Morehead City, North Carolina from April 21 - 24, 2016 at Carteret Community College, hosted by University of North Carolina Institute of Marine Sciences.

Support the NOSB

2016-06-28T19:24:29+00:00 December 1, 2015|

Before you dive into the holiday season and your many events and activities, we hope you’ll take a moment to support our next generation of ocean scientists and stewards with a $10 donation.

National Ocean Sciences Bowl Announces 2015 Scholarship Recipients

2016-06-28T19:24:34+00:00 September 10, 2015|

Students awarded $1,000 toward undergraduate education(Washington, D.C.) – The Consortium for Ocean Leadership’s National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) is pleased to announce their 2015 National Ocean Scholars. The annual National Ocean Scholar Program is part of the NOSB’s continuing efforts to recognize and support achievement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. Five high [...]

2015 National Ocean Sciences Bowl Award Trips

2016-06-28T19:24:34+00:00 August 28, 2015|

Each year, the award for the top winning teams at the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) Finals Competition is an experiential trip that provides these teams with unique, hands-on field and laboratory experiences in the marine sciences.

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