SciREN Greenville  Go Science, Greenville, NC November 15, 2016

  • Logistic Lead

  • Set up the 1st annual Networking Event for SciREN Greenville

  • Set up the 1st annual Workshop for SciREN Greenville researcher

Science Cafe        Go Science, Greenville, NC February 9, 2016

Title: Drifters in the Estuaries: The Importance of Plankton in the Ecosystem

  • Presentation for young adult and adults about the importance of plankton

  • Interactive presentation to discuss the nutrition of different plankton and the effects on the food web


Life in an Estuarine Water Droplet    Go Science, Greenville, NC    January 30, 2016

  • Interactive program for children about the plankton found in estuaries

  • Children learned about how scientist collect plankton samples and the importance of food webs


STEM Day          NC General Assembly, Raleigh, NC                         2014, 2015

  • Presented activities for aquatic food web and biodiversity to students and state representatives


Science Communication Workshop  NC Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC    November 2014

  • Explored methods for making activities interactive and engaging for museum vistors

  • Discussed jargon and how to overcome it with presentation to the public

  • Tested different methods for interacting with the public on museum vistors


STEM Day           A Time for Science, Grifton, NC                          May 7, 2014

  • Taught macroinvetebrate and fish identification to 5th graders

  • Taught the students to collect macroinvetebrates with D-frame nets


Earth Day Expo    East Carolina University, Greenville, NC           April 8, 2014

  • Interactive activities about zooplankton and aquatic food webs


Science Fair         East Carolina University, Greenville, NC            February 22, 2014

  • Judge science fair presentation from elementary school age students


STEM Day         East Carolina University, Greenville, NC              February 21, 2014

  • Present interactive activities about the aquatic food web to high school students

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