Summer of Science
Four Weeks of Summer, Sun, and Science
Education, Broadening Participation, and Outreach Posters
Presenters will be available for live interaction Wednesday, June 10, 5:00-6:00pm EDT.*
General comments can be left on the comment board next to the poster.
*In support of #STRIKE4BLACKLIVES, we will offer an alternative/additional presentation time on Friday, June 12 from 4-5pm EDT. Presenters: please post a note on your comment board to let attendees know your availability. More information on the strike: https://www.particlesforjustice.org/strike-details. Committee meetings scheduled for that day should focus on anti-racist and inclusive initiatives.
Training Middle and High School Teachers at OUR2SWAMPS (Okefenokee Understanding Real-World Relevance Through Suwannee Watershed Monitoring Projects)
J. Checo Colón-Gaud, Lacey Huffling, Heather Scott, Kania Greer, ShainazLandge, Mary Thaler
Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, USA
Education, Socio-ecological, Outreach, Broadening Participation
Are Knowledge Brokers an Undiscovered and Already Endangered Species in Environmental Business Ecosystems?
Francisco Guerrero, Ph.D., Alison Mikulyuk, Ph.D., Matt Diebel, Ph.D., Jen Hauwell, Ph.D.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources-UW-Madison
Adaptive management, Management, Socio-ecological, Theory
Assessing Nutrient Pollution Contributions to Water Quality Impairment on Centerville Creek in Manitowoc County, WI
Undergraduate Authors: Makenna Pucker, Kyle Deacy, Olivia Claybrook, and Jacalyn Crom
Faculty Authors: Rebecca Abler and Richard Hein
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Phosphorus, Management, Restoration, Undergraduate Research
Using qualitative and quantitative models to explore stream connectivity outcomes for stakeholders and Yellowstone cutthroat trout
Lizzie Jossie1, Colden Baxter1, and Morey Burnham2
1Department of Biological Sciences, Idaho State University
2Department of Sociology, Social Work, & Criminology, Idaho State University