The EOS Center is committed to engaging people in learning how the ocean and estuary affect our lives and the environment we live in today, how we can solve environmental problems now, and what may change in the future depending on what we choose to do today. We offer engaging public programs, professional development and volunteer opportunities for individuals, families, students, teachers, environmental professionals and the scientific community.
We are able to offer programs free or for a modest cost thanks to grants and the generosity of private foundations, corporations, businesses and individuals. Join our email list to recieve notifications about upcoming events and programs at the EOS Center.
Please contact Erin Blackwood (415-338-3757) our Education & Outreach Coordinator for more information about EOS Center Outreach.
The Barbara and Richard Rosenberg Institute for Marine Biology & Environmental Science supports the EOS Center in bringing science that matters into our local community through a program of free events. Twice a year the Public Forum series brings exceptional leading scientists to the EOS Center for special community conversations. The Rosenberg Institute also sponsors our weekly scientific Seminar Series and our popular annual Discovery Day Open House. Join us at our next event!
How do scientists go from OMG to PhD? How do they turn their passion for science into their profession? What advice do they have for future scientists? Join our weekly seminar speakers for a lively conversation about their love for science.
This website was created by an eclectic group of graduate students at the Estuary and Ocean Science Center (EOS) at San Francisco State University interested in increasing science communication.
The EOS Center is pleased to partner with the International Ocean Film Festival to bring an engaging and interactive program of extraordinary films about the ocean and conversations with marine scientists to Marin County. Each screening includes a special question and answer session with a marine scientist. Learn more about the next film on our schedule.
Bay Shore Studies is more than just a field trip to the shores of Richardson Bay. Teachers are provided with a comprehensive Teacher’s Guide explaining Bay ecology and conservation, defining concepts and providing strategies for fun and practical classroom activities specifically designed to introduce these concepts to students and prepare them for their two hour field trip.
Workshops for educators and professional development for agency and environmental groups.
EOS Center is committed to sharing with a wide audience, if you missed a presentation, you can find it here!