Walking Tours, Expedition to Moku o Loʻe, and Marine Science Overnights for School Groups
School groups from 4th-12th grade and visiting undergraduate classes have special rates for these half-day programs. Walking tours focus on a broad overview of HIMB research, hands-on activities, and stops at the invertebrate tanks and shark enclosures. The Expedition to Moku o Loʻe utilizes our new dedicated education vessel Ka Noelo Kai. Students collect plankton on the way across Kāneʻohe Bay, then complete two hands-on lab programs at Moku o Loʻe. Marine Science Overnights feature students building their own night plankton light traps, making a hypothesis, and collecting data.
For more information, visit the Center for Community Education website.
High School Classes & Students
The REMS Lab offers day programs to science classes or other interested groups, on a limited basis. Visits can be scheduled through their Science Inquiry Fieldtrips Program to enable participants to experience their hands-on modules first hand at the HIMB Marine Science Research Learning Center. These modules are anchored in active-learning, place-based pedagogies and provide conservation-oriented, authentic research experiences. The content may also be appropriate for early undergraduate up to non-major graduate level programs.
Please visit the REMS Lab website for more information.