The Dolphin Institute's Education Programs
The Dolphin Institute (TDI) is committed to educating the public at all levels about marine mammals. We share our research findings globally and locally in a variety of ways. Globally, our research findings are presented at major scientific conferences and in major peer-reviewed journals [click here for whale publications] and [click here for dolphin publications], as well as in newspaper and magazine articles, television documentaries and films.[click here to see media featuring work of TDI researchers]
Locally, we have offered a number of education programs for school and community groups throughout O`ahu and on Maui. These programs allowed us to share our research findings and inspire Hawaii's residents to get excited about whales, dolphins and their preservation. TDI's previous programs included: elementary and high school Outreach Programs; high school internship programs in whale field research, data processing and analysis; semester-long internship programs in field studies of whales and dolphins for college and post-college students; in-reach community volunteer programs at our Marine Mammal Research and Education Center in Ko Olina; and opportunities for selected graduate students to earn their master or docotoral degrees focusing on projects involving field studies of whales and dolphins.
To read more about these exciting opportunities, click below.
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