Innovators: NEWS POSTS


Newfoundland's Oceans Learning Partnership's Coastal Explorers Field School Named One of Five Winners in UL Innovative Education Award Program to Advance Environment and Stem Education

by Admin on August 24, 2016

Oceans Learning Partnership’s Coastal Explorers Field School in Newfoundland, Canada, which operates a ‘floating classroom’ and onshore laboratories that give students in the Newfoundland and Labrador province opportunities to interact with marine environments in a scientific perspective, has been named one of the five winners in the second annual UL (Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.) Innovative Education Award program. The organization will receive a grant of $50,000. The Coastal Explorers Field School invites students to become marine scientists for the day. Read more.

Michelle Simms Named President and Cheif Executive Officer of Genesis Centre

by Admin on August 24, 2016

OceansAdvance would like to congratulate Michelle Simms on being appointed President and CEO of the Genesis Group. Through a consultation process with the Genesis Group's selection committee, Michelle Simms was offered this position of president and CEO and with great excitement accepted the role. Read more. Read more.

NEIA publishes First Edition of Magazine Exploring Newfoundland and Labrador’s Green Economy

by Admin on July 19, 2016

The Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA) has published the first edition of the NL Green Economy magazine which explores the relationship between business and environment within the province and its key economic sectors. Read more. Read more.

Propel ICT Accelerator Applications Close July 22nd, 2016

by Admin on July 19, 2016

We're excited to let you know that applications are open for the next Propel ICT Launch and Build Accelerator cohort. Read more.

Neil Gall Endowment Fund to Support Ocean Technology Students Announced

by Admin on July 19, 2016

The Neil Gall Memorial Leadership Scholarship in Ocean Technology Endowment Fund has been created through a collective gift from his family, friends, employers and colleagues, and a significant fundraising effort organized by MEOPAR (The Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response Network), where Neil thrived as its executive director before his passing in Jan. 2016. Read more.