PS 94
Latebreaking: Education

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Examining urban and school gardens in the midwest: Using ecology and education to increase food access
Justin D. Burdine, Bowling Green State University; Beatriz Canas, University of Michigan
 Promoting student sustainability
Godfrey Uzochukwu, North Carolina A&T State University
 Community Naturalist Network: A social structure for facilitating ecological literacy in neighborhoods
Charles A. Davis, The Natural History Society of Maryland; Linda Davis, The Natural History Society of Maryland
 High-impact environmental education and our future scientists: what we can learn from the GreenBox program
Beverly Ausmus Ramsey, Desert Research Institute; Meghan Collins, Desert Research Institute; Mackenzie Peterson, Desert Research Institute; Amelia Gulling, Desert Research Institute
 Redefining ecology classes: Transitioning from lecture to discussion
Jennifer E. Weaver, UC Berkeley; Richard Freishtat, UC Berkeley; Catherine Halversen, Lawrence Hall of Science; Lynn Tran, Lawrence Hall of Science
 Population biology of infectious diseases REU site: Math majors at the bench
RajReni B. Kaul, University of Georgia; Sarah E. Bowden, University of Georgia; Lucas Wachsmuth, National Cancer Institute, NIH; Erin L. Dolan, The University of Texas at Austin; John M. Drake, University of Georgia
 Visualizing nature: Engaging local youth in issues of stormwater and subwatersheds
Amina Mohamed, University of Maryland; Victoria Chanse, University of Maryland; Sacoby Wilson, University of Maryland; Laura Delmarre, University of Maryland; Paul T. Leisnham, University of Maryland; Amanda Rockler, University of Maryland; Adel Shirmohammadi, University of Maryland
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