Marine Science-Social Media Pt 1 / Wine-Alzheimer's Study
Researchers at USF's College of Marine Science are finding new, creative ways to use social media to share what they're learning with students and the public. This week's University Beat looks at how one teacher used Skype to continue teaching her Honors College classes while in the middle of the ocean on a once in a lifetime research cruise.
Can red wine change the course of Alzheimer’s disease? Not red wine specifically—but a component of it that can also be found in chocolate, berries and peanuts. The USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute is taking part in a national study that hopes to determine what part that component plays in slowing down memory deterioration. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 has all the tasty facts.
USF College of Marine Science instructor Teresa Greely talks about teaching the “Biology of Marine Life” course to Honors College undergrads at USF Tampa & USF St. Pete—students who are NOT necessarily science majors.
USF College of Marine Science instructor Teresa Greely describes what students saw when she taught via Skype while she was on a six-week mission on the research vessel, the JOIDES Resolution.
Marine Science-Social Media Pt 1
Teresa Greely, USF College of Marine Science
Teresa Greely's Adventures at Sea blog
JOIDES Resolution blog
JOIDES Resolution Facebook page
USF Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute study line
Resveratrol in Alzheimerâ€™s Disease Study national website
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