2023 Global Ocean Science Education Workshop

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2023 Global Ocean Science Education Workshop

The 2023 GOSE Workshop focuses on the science of underwater sound, including how animals and people use it and how governments regulate it.

By College of Exploration & Inner Space Center

When and where

Date and time

May 23 · 9am - May 25 · 12:30pm EDT


Graduate School of Oceanography 215 South Ferry Road Narragansett, RI 02882

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About this event

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The 2023 Global Ocean Science Education Workshop will focus on sound in the ocean, including the science of underwater sound, animal sound production and reception, and people's use of sound underwater. International regulations related to underwater sound and the technologies that use sound will also be discussed. Participants will share ideas about what people want to know and should know about these topics and related educational strategies and resources that meet the needs for a variety of audiences, including students, the public, policymakers, and the workforce.

For information about the workshop agenda, or to see the results from previous workshops, visit:


The workshop registration fee includes lunch for each day of the workshop


Additional travel information will be supplied to participants.

Travel Support

There is very limited travel support. Priority for travel support will be given to graduate students, community college students, and faculty from minority serving institutions. Only airfare and hotel costs will be covered. The workshop registration fee, ground transportation, breakfast and dinner costs, and all other expenses will not be covered. If you would like to inquire about travel support, please complete the online travel support application form at:


PLEASE NOTE: Submission of a travel application does not guarantee that travel support will be provided.

About the organizer

The College of Exploration (TCOE) is a global learning network. We work with partners around the world on innovative and exploratory learning programs about our environment, earth, ocean, technology, leadership and other education topics. We are organized as a collegium and we strive to foster relationship with and between our inner and outer worlds.

The Inner Space Center (ISC) is a one-of-a-kind national facility that supports live ocean exploration via cutting-edge technology to facilitate, capture, produce, and promote underwater exploration. ISC connects diverse audiences to a global network of exploration in real time enabling scientists and students to participate remotely in expeditions while engaging with the general public to enhance the broader impacts of their research.