Students Get Squeamish for Science

An outreach from the Center for Aquatic Sciences walked students at F.W. Holbien Middle School through a squid dissection. (Learn more)

Hunger Fix

The Center’s CAUSE program partnered with the Food Bank of South Jersey to provide lunches to summer campers. (Learn more)

Joey Rodriguez Shares His Story

Joey Rodriguez, Manager of Community Engagement, discusses the impact of joining the CAUSE program and how it has affected his life. (Learn more)

Wounded Warriors Overnight Shark Adventure

Families of wounded veterans packed up their sleeping bags and headed to Adventure Aquarium for the Center’s overnight “Shark in the Dark” adventure (Learn more)

“What Pet Should I Get” at VECC

The Center for Aquatic Sciences visited the Ventnor Educational Community Complex for Read Across America to teach children what animals were and were not suitable for pets. (Learn more)

CAUSE Works with STEM Steps Out Program

CAUSE students participated in Saving the Environment of Moorestown’s annual STEM Steps Out Festival. There, the students taught guest about turtles, horseshoe crabs and the importance of preserving the environments these creatures live in. (Learn more)

The Center at the Wetlands Institute

The Center for Aquatic Sciences presented Morticia, an eastern screech owl, to educate visitors at Wetlands Institute’s Fall Migration Festival. (Learn more)

Center Visits Haddonfield Library

On Friday August 7, 2015 The Center for Aquatic Sciences’ Outreach Coordinator, Amy Penney, visited the Haddonfield Library. During the program the children got to learn about and meet a diamond back terrapin, a ball python, a screech owl and a horseshoe crab. (Learn more)