Preparing Students for the Global Blue Economy through Collaborative Innovation in Ocean Technology  

Under this project, students in Marine Institute’s (MI) Ocean Technology programs (ROVs, Underwater Vehicles, Ocean Mapping) will work virtually but closely with BCC students studying mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering. The project will test innovative approaches to reduce barriers to study and work abroad for Canadian students. It will provide students with extensive opportunity for experiential learning, skill and leadership development, peer mentorship, cross-cultural training, and virtual engagements related to climate change and resilience, environmental sustainability, and STEM, equipping students with the tools and resources needed to transition to physical mobility in the next phase.

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