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By Krista Longnecker | July 16, 2018 | Comments Off on #AskAnExpert

This summer, WHOI is hosting #AskAnExpert on the Redfield Patio. Today, Liz was the expert and she enjoyed talking with families and visitors from Atlanta and Pennsylvania. She particularly had fun talking with the kids who asked great questions. Every Monday through July meet us on Redfield Patio for #AskAnExpert. Today @LizKuj chatted about microbes,…

Coastal Ocean Environment Summer School in Ghana

By Krista Longnecker | July 1, 2017 | Comments Off on Coastal Ocean Environment Summer School in Ghana

Liz was one of the instructors for theĀ Coastal Ocean Environment Summer School in Ghana. The week-long summer school was hosted by the Regional Maritime University in Accra, Ghana. The goal is to promote an advanced understanding of ocean-marine environments and Liz presented on the chemistry of the ocean. Former JP student Winn Johnson was an…

Science Journal for Kids

By Krista Longnecker | January 1, 2016 | Comments Off on Science Journal for Kids

The Science Journal for Kids adapts peer-reviewed science for students (and their teachers). The article (‘How do tiny critters affect the global carbon cycle’) is an adaptation of the Moran et al. 2016 PNAS paper. Original article: Moran, M.A., E.B. Kujawinski, A. Stubbins, R. Fatland, L.I. Aluwihare, A. Buchan, B.C. Crump, P.C. Dorrestein, S.T. Dyhrman,…

Under the Waves: WHOI Science in Local Waters

By Krista Longnecker | June 1, 2015 | Comments Off on Under the Waves: WHOI Science in Local Waters

Winn Johnson, Cara Fiore, and Yina Liu joined with other members of the WHOI community to present water-related activities designed for all ages. The Kujawinski laboratory activities introduced people to different chemicals found in seawater. By allowing people to literally get their hands wet, we share our enthusiasm for marine chemistry.

NYC SUBMERGE! Marine Science Festival

By Krista Longnecker | October 1, 2014 | Comments Off on NYC SUBMERGE! Marine Science Festival

Two participants in the DeepDOM cruise (Harriet Alexander and Colleen Durkin) joined with other WHOI graduate students to present activities centered around the 2013 DeepDOM cruise ( led by Kujawinski. Specifically, they developed an activity involving models of different types of sinking particles, examples of particles collected on the 2013 DeepDOM cruise, DeepDOM fieldwork photos,…