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The Students on Ice Antarctic Expedition is taking place December 25th, 2014 to January 8th, 2015. To learn more and follow the expedition through photos, videos and student journals visit the expedition website and follow journey updates on Facebook and Twitter.
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“I’m pretty excited,” said Sanderson, a Grade 10 student at Sydenham. “I have always had an interest in the environment and the outdoors and this is an opportunity to further my understanding of the environment itself and interact with it further.” To read the full story…
The Students on Ice Antarctic Expedition is taking place December 26th, 2014 to January 8th, 2015. To learn more and follow the expedition through photos, videos and student journals visit the expedition website and follow journey updates on Facebook and Twitter.
If anyone has earned the title ‘adventurer’ it’s Eric McNair-Landry. On top of holding the world record for longest kite-skiing distance in 24 hours (595 km), he’s one of the youngest people to have skied to the South Pole unsupported.
Paul Brett is a remote sensing and GIS specialist, he’s both an instructor and the chair of the ocean mapping program at Memorial University’s Marine Institute, one of SOI’s key partners. Although he’s worked and travelled extensively in the Canadian
This year, Daniele Bianchi will join SOI for his third expedition and first visit to Antarctica. During the past two Arctic expeditions, Daniele has become known for his enthusiasm and ability to make oceanography fun and exciting. We’re thrilled to
More than 3,000 leaders from over 160 countries have gathered in Sydney, Australia between November 12-19, 2014 for the IUCN World Parks Congress (WPC). This conference is a prestigious global gathering of protected area leaders and professionals along with individuals
Every year SOI attracts curious students and world-class educators from around the world to help bring the Polar Regions to life during transformational expeditions. More recently, we’ve begun to highlight these incredible teachers on our blog. With the Antarctic 2014
SOI is excited to announce that Students on Ice 2008 Arctic alumna Leah Pengelly is featured in the current issue of the Journal of Ocean Technology. For the past several years, Leah has focused her studies and work experience on better understanding
Students on Ice is thrilled to be part of the 43rd North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) conference in Ottawa, Canada taking place on October 8-11, 2014. Join the conference to learn more about conservation education, green schools, technology, and
The Go Global conference brings together a world of opportunities to study, volunteer, work and explore internationally. Hosted by Verge Magazine, Go Global provides the opportunity to connect with organizations that can help you make it happen! This year, Students on
During the Arctic expedition, as a collective group I think we knew we were part of something special but we had yet fully realized how fortunate we were, with the weather and our impromptu plans (after all, flexibility is key),