Do your students enjoy natural sciences classes? Are they fascinated by the ocean and life under the sea? Can they spend hours watching documentaries about sea life? Do they dream to work protecting sea animals and vegetation? They might be on the right path to becoming marine scientists and deputy heads in the field of marine science. Deputy heads in the marine field are people passionate about the sea and oceans, who work both with marine researchers and stakeholders who advocate for the protection of sea life. This profile requires good communication skills, great adaptability and resilience, and commitment. Are you curious to know more? Then meet Kate Larkin, deputy head in the field of marine science.

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Ep.16: Becoming Deputy Head in the field of Marine Science, interview with Kate Larkin

Rocío Benito

Rocío Benito

I am a Digital Media Officer in the Science Education Department of European Schoolnet (EUN). I studied mass media, and graphic and web design. I love photography and video editing.


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