Women and Sharks in Ocean Science

From a young age, I believed that girls could be both pretty and good at math. They could wear pink and play sports. They could be strong but still like glitter. In the past, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) have been consistently male dominated fields; but thankfully for me and all the other girls interested in experiments and curious to learn, there have been numerous trailblazing women that have paved a path for us in the STEM fields.

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Happy Lunar New Year of the WaterTiger

People born in years of the Tiger are vigorous and ambitious, daring and courageous, enthusiastic and generous, self-confident with a sense of justice and a commitment to help others for the greater good.

Shark Stewards and our partners at ScubaZoo in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia wish everyone an auspicious and healthy new year, one without COVID and a celebration without shark fin soup!

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Letter to NOAA: Support the Papahānaumokuākea National Marine Sanctuary

We strongly support designating parts of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument as a national marine sanctuary to enhance protections and safeguard resources in the marine portions of the Monument.  We believe sanctuary designation will complement the efforts of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, the state of Hawaii, and other federal agencies to conserve this nationally significant area and its cultural resources and bolster strong and lasting protection for the marine environment. 

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