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Dr. Richard Radtke recently retired as a Full Professor in Biological Oceanography, in the School of Ocean and Earth Sciences and Technology at the University of Hawaii. Some of his other interests include photography, scuba diving. fishing and sailing. He is credited with over 70 publications and numerous scientific meeting presentations. His experiences at sea include two trips to Antarctica and he is the first scientist with a disability to accomplish research in Antarctica, for which he was awarded a U. S. Presidential Commendation, just one of many awards and honors he has been accorded.Dr. Radtke is presently President and CEO of the Sea of Dreams Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing disadvantaged groups, especially individuals who experience disabilities, the opportunity to learn and achieve their fullest potential and quality of life. Recently, Dr. Radtke received a US Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring for his work with Sea of Dreams (one of ten in the nation).
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