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Reminder: the next live event is this Thursday!
Diane Stanitski
February 20th at 1:30pm Eastern

Join us for a free, live interactive webcast featuring climatologist and Climate: Seas of Change curriculum Host Researcher Diane Stanitski!
Diane uses a network of NOAA ocean buoys to track long-term patterns and changes that can impact climate all over the world. But when she was 15 she thought she wanted to be a radio DJ! Find out what got her on a STEM career path LIVE on Thursday, February 20th at 1:30pm Eastern.
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