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Alisa Preston (Photo: Global Diving & Salvage)

Preston Joins Global Diving & Salvage as Director of Marine Technology

a diving education/certification company, and an ecotourism business. She is passionate about ocean conservation and restoration, as well as marine education.“Alisa brings a knowledgeable and enthusiastic approach in leading our companies’ collaborative efforts to expand our underwater technology program,” said Mike Langen, Vice President of Marine Construction, Engineering and Technology. “There is a growing range of opportunity in this field, and Alisa has the knowledge, experience, and – most importantly – the personality and drive to push us forward as a leading

Source: OceansAdvance

Oceans Advance Pilot Project: Young Women in Ocean Technology

from Memorial University’s Marine Institute (M.I.) in St. John’s Newfoundland as well as the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) of Halifax, Nova Scotia. ACOA’s mandate is to support Pan Atlantic projects in the Region.The student’s areas of study included a one year Ocean Technology program at NSCC and both ocean mapping and underwater technology programs from M.I.For this pilot project and in partnership with MUN-MI-NSCC and supported by ACOA Halifax, OA worked  with the Technical Chair from OCEANS’19 Liz Crout, to develop a program which would allow these young females

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STEM is so 'Yesterday’s News'

toolbox to provide the solutions that we all need.In writing this column, in the time to come, I hope to be able to discuss engineering from a STEMPHLA point of view.For each column I write, MREN has agreed to make a small donation to an organization of my choice. For this column I nominate the technology program at MAST, the Marine Academy of Science and Technology, a Monmouth County, NJ Vocational High School that is a national leader in breaking the STEMPHLA stovepipes.

Navigation Systems Donation Supports Industry Training

, college officials announced today.   Steve Hearn, manager of external education programs - river operations at WKCTC, said Rose Point’s ECS was used to establish an electronic charting and radar training classroom at WKCTC's 631 Marine Way facility and will be used in the Marine Technology program. "This donation will enable the Inland Logistics and Marine Institute to offer the professional mariner access to training with Rose Point ECS’ quality navigation tools that they might not normally be able to receive," Hearn said.    Headquartered in Redmond, Wash

Left to right: Bethany Shimasaki, Rosie Wilcox, Donald Lay, Connor Vincent, Christine Kimball and Alyssa Scott

Six Washington Students Earn Maritime Scholarships

High School in Tacoma and  previously with the Tacoma SSS Odyssey, is also planning to attend CMA in mechanical engineering received the$1,500 scholarship sponsored by Compass Courses Maritime Training Christine Kimball from Kent attended Puget Sound Skill Center Marine Science and Technology program and apprenticed at Center for Wooden Boats’ Job Skills Program plans to attend Seattle Maritime Academy’s Marine Engineering Program as well as CMA majoring in Marine Transportation received the $1,000 scholarship sponsored by Ocean Peace, Inc. Alyssa Scott from ORCA and Lake

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