Mother Mother Ocean (MMO 101) is the first in a series of Gulf Stories, all highlighting UWF’s deep connection and engagement with the Gulf of Mexico. This free, open online course showcases the work of five exceptional faculty researchers and touches on everything from history and archaeology to the economy to the environment.
The course consists of five modules lasting approximately two hours each, for a total time commitment of 10 hours. MMO 101 is currently a non-credit course but may be offered for academic credit in the future.
To learn more about the MMO 101 modules, view the videos below:
Dr. Amy Mitchell-Cook
Dr. William Huth
Dr. John Bratten
Dr. Klaus Meyer-Arendt
Dr. Scott Keller