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WHOI News

Travel Distances of Juvenile Fish Key to Better Conservation

WHOI scientists and their international colleagues conducted the largest, most comprehensive study of larval dispersal at coral reefs. Their findings have important implications for the sizing and spacing of marine reserves.

Woods Hole Oceanographic Ship Neil Armstrong to Participate in Fleet Week New York

The research vessel Neil Armstrong will participate in Fleet Week New York, May 24-26, 2017, marking the first time in recent memory that an oceanographic research vessel will be included in the celebration.

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Honored by Associated Industries of Massachusetts

The Associated Industries of Massachusetts is honoring WHOI with its most prestigious honor, the Vision Award, at a ceremony in Boston on May 5.

Awards and Recognition

MARE and its staff are nationally recognized for their efforts in increasing ocean sciences education!

Read more about the following awards:

Catherine Halversen, 2009 National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) President's Award

Catherine Halversen, 2007 QuickScience Ocean Science Leadership Award for Informal Teaching Excellence from the University of Southern California-Quicksilver QuickScience Partnership 

Craig Strang, 2005 National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) Educator of the Year Award

Communicating Science, 2005 University of California, Berkeley Educational Initiatives Award