Who: Heather Heenehan, Biologist What: Live Science Q&A When: Wednesday, November 30th at 1:00 PM Eastern (US) Where: http://www.jason.org/heather-heenehan
As you know, JASON live science events bring together thousands of students from across the globe to ask their questions of leading STEM Career Role Models. As always these events are completely free for you and your students!
Next week, we’re back with more Live Science featuring Heather Heenehan, Biologist.
Heather Heenehan is a Biologist working at NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, MA. She is studying the impacts of various human-produced sounds on acoustically sensitive marine mammals, to aid in management, education and conservation efforts.
Heather is a featured STEM Career Role Model in JASON’s brand new World of Waves curriculum. Come learn more about Heather’s path through education and career, her work as a biologist, her interests, engaging topics such as passive acoustics and so much more.
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