1. Nat Geo Tutorial


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    Updated September 2016 - The Fulbright-Nat Geo Fellowship Tutorial, reviews grant offerings, as well as application components.

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    • Dr. Chris Noto and the Arlington Archosaur Site


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      UW-Parkside Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Dr. Chris Noto describes the significance of the archaeological site in Arlington, Texas, where he has worked each summer since 2010. This year,…

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      • Power Of Parks PSA


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        Experience and explore alongside National Geographic as they dedicate an entire year to the wonders, challenges and the importance of preserving our National Parks and parks around the world.

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        • Imagining Technology to Re-imagine Life: WWF 2015 Fuller Symposium Discussion


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          This inspirational talk encourages to start thinking into the future and about technology’s broad implications. The discussion focuses on how technology will shape not only the future of conservation…

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          • Deep Coral Reef Exploration and Discovery: Two-way Technological Flow


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            Dr. David Gruber, Marine Biologist, Baruch College & National Geographic Emerging Explorer, is known for his images of bioluminescence and recent realizations that a shark and turtle species are…

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            • Technology in Conservation Today: WWF 2015 Fuller Symposium Discussion


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              Heather Clancy of GreenBiz leads a discussion on how conservation scientists today are using technology in their field work today. This discussion led off the WWF 2015 Fuller Symposium on ‘Wired…

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              • Conservation Science in a Changing World


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                Panel discussion moderated by National Geographic Society Chairman John Fahey. Participants: Lester Brown, Earth Policy Institute, Jon Foley, University of Minnesota and Professor Rob Wilby of Loughborough…

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                • DER featured in National Geographic's "Bushmen of the Kalahari" (1974)


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                  An excerpt from the National Geographic Society television special "Bushmen of the Kalahari" (1974), featuring John Marshall and associates at the old DER office in Somerville, Massachusetts.…

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                  • DCDC Water/Climate Briefing, November 17, 2014


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                    Institutional Roles in Meeting Environmental Needs of the Colorado River Join us as we welcome our panel and special guest Sandra Postel, who directs the independent Global Water Policy Project,…

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                    • Peruvian Gold - Ancient Treasures Unearthed National Geographic Museum


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                      The exhibit Peruvian Gold opens April 10, 2014 – September 14, 2014

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