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Congratulations To The 2010 Marine Biology Crew:

*a school of yellowtail snappers below the sailboat, May 2009

Our 2009-2010 Marine Biology crew has been selected and is ready to go. This will be our second group to work within our online network here at SaintJoe H2O. After a summer of reflection and innovation... this site will certainly become even more important as we go forward with our studies. This will also be the first group to sail & explore the reefs of the lower Florida Keys (as opposed to Andros Is., Bahamas) during our Spring field study. This switch will give us- a different look at the overall region, a set of veteran sailboat captains who are familiar with (and committed to) our mission, a much more economically feasible field study, etc.

Turnout for the program this year was really super with exactly 30 applicants. As you know, we only have room to accept 18 students, so we also have the challenge of selecting a dynamic group. Selection for the final four or five spots was particularly difficult. These students are coming to the program with a ton of academic accomplishments already. Join me in welcoming them...

The Marine Biology class of 2009-2010 is:

Carsen Berry
Briana Dickinson
Jessica Foster
Brett Gilpin
Lauren King
Jeremy Larsen
Abby Lucas
Baleigh McCrary
Mackenzie Moore
Andrew Nordbye
Casi Paolillo
Hannah Rush
Bryce Shields
Taylor Snider
Paula Toalson
Morgan Wacker
Corvette Way
Brooke West

Teachers for the 2010 field study are:

Sean Nash
Erin Nash
Jennifer Toalson


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Comment by Brett Gilpin on June 1, 2009 at 10:06am
I don't think we really do need it, but if you want we can do it.
Comment by Nicole Rohr on June 1, 2009 at 8:53am
Congratulations everyone on being chosen for this fantastic class! I hope you enjoy all of it and have a great time in the Florida Keys. :)
Comment by Sean Nash on June 1, 2009 at 8:34am
I rarely use extra code beyond what is done by the seven standard formatting icons above the text box.
But yes, when you really need some other snippet of code to make something stand out, feel free to add it in. Most things I have tried do work in Ning. Would it be valuable to add a blog post somewhere that won't stick up on the front page... that is just for html "tests?" I suppose not many would use it, but we can certainly add that.
Comment by Brett Gilpin on May 31, 2009 at 7:53pm
All the links to people reminds me of a question to ask. What kind of coding are you using? The ones I used for my site were
{a href="link"} what you want it to say {/a} for links
{img src="imagelink"} for images in a text box.
{em}{/em} for italics
{strong}{strong} for a barely visible bold.
I'm wondering if blockquote works
Florida Keys
Yes it does, so {blockquote}{/blockquote} for that.
All the { are actually < and all the } are >
Comment by Erin Nash on May 31, 2009 at 4:47pm
Welcome everyone! It really does seem to be a great group this year! I am already looking forward to the trip and working with all of you. Also, I think it will be really exciting to visit the Florida Keys!

Congratulations all!







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