Monday, August 2, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 3 - Education: Research and Assessment
Assessing the usefulness of data acquired during the National Coordinated BioBlitz Project: An exploration of robust citizen science
Zachary T. Brym, University of Michigan, Maria M. Brym, University of Michigan
Faculty use of  Diagnostic Question Clusters (DQCs) and active teaching in ecology and biology courses
Charlene D'Avanzo, Hampshire College, Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University, Brook Wilke, Michigan State University, Kathy S. Williams, San Diego State University, Nancy Stamp, Binghamton University - SUNY, John Merrill, Michigan State University, Alan B. Griffith, University of Mary Washington, Laurel M. Hartley, University of Colorado Denver, Nancy J. Pelaez, Purdue University
FIRST IV: Assessing professional development of postdoctoral scholars
Diane Ebert-May, Michigan State University, Jennifer L. Momsen, Michigan State University, Terry L. Derting, Murray State University, Timothy Henkel, Murray State University
Ecology of environmental education: Feedbacks, education, and resilience
Keith G. Tidball, Cornell University, Marianne E. Krasny, Cornell University
Learning by teaching: Using DQC's and K-12 outreach to address common misconceptions about carbon cycling and climate change
Patrick W. Crumrine, Rowan University, Sharon D. Blong, Rowan University
Engaging undergraduate students in ecological investigations using data: Effects of Arctic sea ice melting on polar bears and their ecosystems
Nabil Abdulhay, Widener University, Joseph Chairo, Widener University, Michael Colgan, Widener University, Bruce W. Grant, Widener University
Dioramas in the classroom: Biodiversity outreach
Sarah Hamilton, Northern Kentucky University, Bethany V. Bowling, Northern Kentucky University, Richard D. Durtsche, Northern Kentucky University
Interdisciplinary research on climate change: Trends in doctoral dissertation topics during the past 30 years
Jennifer R. Marlon, University of Oregon, C. Susan Weiler, Whitman College, Ronald Mitchell, University of Oregon
Diagnostic question clusters (DQC's) improve teaching about decomposition and transformations of nutrients and energy
Chris Picone, Fitchburg State College
Ecotourism with a hand-lens: Integrating ecological research, education, and conservation through scientific tourism in the Magellanic sub-Antarctic ecoregion
Kelli P. Moses, University of North Texas, Lily R. Lewis, University of Connecticut, Manuela Mendez, University of Connecticut, Macy A. Kozar, Swarthmore College, Yanet Medina, Universidad de Magallanes, Tamara A. Contador, University of North Texas and IEB-Chile, Francisca Massardo, University of Magallanes and Omora Ethnobotanical Park, Bernard Goffinet, University of Connecticut, James H. Kennedy, University of North Texas, Leopoldo Sancho, Universidad Complutense, Javier Etayo, Navarro Villoslada, Antonio Gomez Bolea, Universitat de Barcelona, Paola Vezzani, Universidad de Magallanes, Shaun Russell, CAZS Natural Resources, University of Wales, Ricardo Rozzi, University of North Texas and University of Magallanes - Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity, Chile

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