PS 64
Education: Tools And Technology

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Ecologist in silico: Facilitating access for chronically ill/disabled ecologists
Elita Baldridge, Utah State University; Ethan P. White, University of Florida
 Airborne pollen has a predominantly even distribution up to 300cm height
Maya Jordan, Fordham University; Maria Barsoum, Fordham University; Amina Bhatti, Fordham University; Rachel Franchi-Pereira, Fordham University; Caroline Hanna, Fordham University; Sarah Hmada, Fordham University; Rania Muhieddine, Fordham University; Robert C. Madden, Fordham University; Guy S. Robinson, Fordham University
 Breaking down barriers: The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program Collaborative at UF, CU, NCSU, UA and UI
Rena Borkhataria, Everglades Research and Education Center, University of Florida
 The RI NSF EPSCoR program: Evaluating the response of marine organisms and marine ecosystems to climate variability and building research capacity
Carol S. Thornber, University of Rhode Island; Edward Hawrot, Brown University; Charlie Cannon, Rhode Island School of Design; Sheila Adamus Liotta, Providence College; Christine Smith, RI Commerce; Amy Dunkle, University of Rhode Island
 Creating an active learning environment for an ecology laboratory course
Itiya Aneece, University of Virginia; Gail Hunger, University of Virginia; Howard E. Epstein, University of Virginia
 Creating, using, and assessing student research teams
Kendra Spence Cheruvelil, Michigan State University
 Students Discover’s Muddy Microbes: A middle-school citizen science project exploring rhizosphere community of the common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)
Julia L. Stevens, North Carolina State University; Arthina Blanchard, Mills Park Middle School; Laura Cochrane, Mills Park Middle School; Amy Lawson, Burgaw Middle School; Julie Urban, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
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