The 2005 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition
December 15-18, 2005
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Thursday, December 15, 2005: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM

Floridian Ballroom B-C-D (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Program Symposium: Writing for the Public

Organizer(s): May Berenbaum,
Mark Winston,
8:30 AMBuzz words
May R. Berenbaum,
9:00 AMTravels in the writing zone
Mark Winston,
9:30 AMIntroduction/Historical Overview: May Berenbaum
9:40 AM0007Insects through the seasons
Gil Waldbauer,
10:10 AM0008Garden insects of North America: The ultimate guide to backyard bugs  [ Recorded presentation ]
Whitney Cranshaw,
10:40 AM0009The insect wars: Public writing about entomology and policy
Mark Winston,
11:10 AM0011Creative nonfiction: Writing as if science matters
Jeffrey Lockwood,
11:40 AM0012Fly for the prosecution
Lee Goff,
12:10 PM0010Bumblebee economics: The hot blooded insects - strategies and mechanisms of insect survival
Bernd Heinrich,
12:40 PM0013Tickling the funny bone: Humor in writing about insects
May R. Berenbaum,
1:10 PMBreak

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