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Day Camp for Teachers Receives National Award

A Sea Grant program that educates teachers in the Great Lakes basin about exotic species received a National Educational Program Award in August from the American Distance Education Consortium (ADEC). The award was given to recognize a team of Sea Grant educators for innovation and excellence in the development and delivery of the “Exotic Species Day Camp Education Program.”

Doug Jensen, Exotic Species Information Center Coordinator, was the Minnesota Sea Grant member on this team. The program was held in Duluth in June 1998 with the help of Bruce Munson, Sea Grant marine educator, and Andrew Slade of the Great Lakes Aquarium.

ADEC is an international consortium of state universities and land grant institutions providing “quality economic distance education programs and services via the latest information technologies.” For more information about the “Exotic Species Day Camp Program,” see the December 1998 Seiche.


By Sea Grant Staff
November 1999

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