Join Reach the World’s all-star traveler and Fulbright Scholar Amal Nanavati as he discusses his experiences as a researcher in Japan! You can go on a journey alongside Amal by exploring his virtual exchange articles, and then join him LIVE to learn more and ask him your questions! Join on Youtube for Livestream Chat!
PLEASE NOTE: This livestream event has been canceled. Reach the World invites you to join one of our other upcoming livestream events. Join Reach the World’s all-star traveler and Fulbright Scholar Anna Blue as she discusses her experiences living and conducting research in Estonia! You can go on a journey alongside Anna by exploring her virtual exchange articles, and then join her LIVE to learn more and ask her your questions! Join on Youtube for Livestream Chat!
Join our ongoing virtual exchange with members of the MOSAiC Expedition! Read why Scientist Carolynn Harris is drawn to extreme environments here, and then hear her speak about her experiences with our partners at Exploring By The Seat Of Your Pants. Please note: This is a previously-recorded video call, not a livestream event. This recording is available on-demand by clicking "Play" below. Want to learn more? Sign up for the MOSAiC Mondays newsletter.
Are you ready to explore? Over the course of a month, join the Inspiring Explorers from the Antarctic Heritage Trust as they share their adventures from the bottom of the world! In this call, Owain is telling us all about the Antarctic environment. Read about the expedition to Antarctica, and then watch the livestream event to ask your question directly to expedition members! REGISTER HERE. Here’s how to watch: Watch Live on YouTube: Click here to watch directly on YouTube. Participate in the live chat with other viewers on YouTube during the livestream and ask our presenters your questions directly. Watch On-Demand: Can’t [...]
It’s Sonya's turn for Show & Tell! Since June 1st, 2019, Sonya Richmond has been hiking The Great Trail (24,000 km long!) throughout Canada. Curious to know what she has seen? She's sharing her experiences from the long trek and telling us all about the beautiful landscapes and wildlife she encountered. Join the livestream event to ask her your questions and learn more!
How does Wildlife Monitoring Project Manager Eleanor Flatt use technology to aid conservation efforts in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula? Let's ask her! Eleanor will be joining us from Costa Rica to show how she and her colleagues go high-tech to catalogue, monitor and study the jungle's flora and fauna. Do you want to join Osa Conservation's work? Eleanor will show you how! REGISTER HERE.
It’s time to learn from another amazing member of our teacher community! In this professional development session, we are speaking with Kelly Gracia, a teacher from Educational Service Unit 5 in Beatrice, Nebraska. She teaches Spanish using Zoom to schools both in and out of her school district and is experienced with curriculum development. She's sharing strategies for distance learning, including tech tools for teaching. Join the livestream event to ask her your questions and learn more!
It’s Cristina’s turn for Show & Tell! Cristina Sánchez is a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant from Madrid, Spain, who taught Spanish in Arkansas. She’s sharing Spanish culture and stories from her 8-month experience in the U.S. She will also be answering your questions during the livestream event!
Are you ready to explore? Join the Inspiring Explorers from the Antarctic Heritage Trust as they share their adventures from the bottom of the world! In this call, Ihlara concludes this virtual exchange by sharing how the sounds of Antarctica inspired her to create music! You can read all about the expedition to Antarctica here. Don't miss you chance to ask your question directly to Ihlara! REGISTER HERE.
Can you be a marine biologist AND an artist? Explorers Club Member and PhD student Brooke Fitzwater will explore how marine biologists use illustration, photography and filmmaking to aid their research and promote conservation. Brooke will explain how young people can think like a marine biologist, even if they don’t live near the ocean. Finally, Brooke will share an exciting ocean art challenge!