Below is a list of the NOAA Teachers at Sea for the 2014 Field Season. Once they have embarked on their cruise, you can gain access to their logs which document their missions at sea and offer a wealth of information about the research being conducted as well as personal stories. All individual teachers’ logs can be accessed by clicking on the teacher’s name.
John Bilotta teaches Earth Science, Geography, and Environment Science at Earth Adventure Organization and stormwater and water resource management at University of Minnesota Extension and Sea Grant Programs in St. Paul, MN. John was aboard NOAA Ship Nancy Foster.
Dana Clark teaches science at Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School/Dallas ISD in Dallas, TX. Dana was aboard NOAA Ship Fairweather.
Spencer Cody teaches Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics at Hoven School District in Hoven, SD. Spencer was aboard NOAA Ship Pisces.
Greg Cook teaches science at East Somerville Community School in Somerville, MA. Greg was aboard NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson.
Crystal Davis teaches Environmental Science, Anatomy, Biology, and Marine Biology at Hawthorne Math and Science Academy in Hawthorne, CA. Crystal was aboard NOAA Ship Oregon II.
Carol Glor teaches Home and Career Skills at West Genesee Middle School in Camillus, NY. Carol was aboard R/V Hugh R. Sharp.
Kimberly Gogan teaches Biology and Earth Science at Newport Middle and High School in Newport, NH. Kimberly was aboard NOAA Ship Gordon Gunter.
Laura Guertin teaches Introduction to Oceanography and Earth System Science at Penn State Brandywine in Media, PA. Laura was aboard NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson.