Water Quality

  • Applied Biotechnology

Water Quality

Water Quality
  • Coastal Region
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Tuesday to Thursday
June 20 to June 22, 2017

Biotechnology, marine science, and environmental science are often intertwined. In this workshop, we will discover ways to teach students all three topics at once, while sparking their interest in important societal issues. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the effects of microplastics on marine mammals, waste management in marine aquaculture systems, living shorelines, algal growth and human health risks from non-point and point-source water pollution. Join us this summer at BioNetwork’s 3-day, hands-on, intermediate workshop, Applied Biotechnology: Water Quality.

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Registration is only $75.

Participants will

  • go home with over $75 in supplies
  • earn 2.4 CEUs
  • receive copies of all workshop materials
  • be provided lunch and refreshments daily
  • be eligible for lodging assistance (subject to approval please inquire at engage@ncbionetwork.org)

Lead Instructor

Meg Rawls, M.S.

Meg Rawls has taught biology for 16 years at Carteret Community College.  She has coordinated and taught several biotechnology workshops for teachers and ten summer workshops for middle school/ high school students. She has Master’s degrees in both biotechnology and in environmental science. Her latest interests are mostly horticultural:  daylilies, xeroscaping, and trying to get orchids to re-bloom.

Carteret Community College
3505 Arendell St
Morehead City, North Carolina 28557