Subaru of America, Inc. has been providing generous support for the Center for Aquatic Sciences and many other non-profits in the area. The Subaru Foundation has helped us deliver over 400 science programs to the Camden Charter School Network’s students, and has made it possible for our outreach programs to reach students all across Pennsylvania, […]
In April 2018, Center for Aquatic Sciences CEO, Brian DuVall, along with 15 other watershed explorers kayaked down Camden’s little-known “back channel” of the Delaware River. The paddlers made their way down the river to bring awareness to the importance of watershed education and to highlight Camden’s natural beauty. (Learn more)
Our second annual River Days festival was held in September 2017. River Days celebrates and highlights the Delaware River through a day of free and educational fun for all ages. Families were encouraged to come out to the waterfront and spend the day playing games, exploring the river, and participating in activities all while learning […]
In September 2017, The William Penn Foundation announced funding to make art, science and literacy programs accessible to low-income neighborhoods. With the help of this grant, community-museum partnerships like our own NaturePlayShare! can make a difference in many family’s lives. (Learn more)
The Center hosted our annual CAUSE for Celebration Gala event. This year the Center congratulated the six CAUSE interns for graduating high school, completing the CAUSE program, and their acceptance to college. (Aired on 6 ABC on 08/02/2017).
To kick off Earth Day, Brian DuVall, CEO of the Center for Aquatic Sciences, kayaked with community leaders, scientists, educators, and philanthropists for a 3-day voyage to expose the importance of the Delaware River that runs through local suburban and urban areas. (Learn more)
The Food Bank of South Jersey awarded the Center for Aquatic Sciences with the “Shining Star Award” for recognition of our dedication to the summer meals program. We are thankful for this award and the opportunity to collaborate.
An outreach from the Center for Aquatic Sciences walked students at F.W. Holbien Middle School through a squid dissection. (Learn more)
Several CAUSE Interns paddled across the Delaware River to help kickoff the River Days event. (Learn more)
The Center’s CAUSE program partnered with the Food Bank of South Jersey to provide lunches to summer campers. (Learn more)