Adding Diversity to Your Educational Outreach Toolbox: New Ways to Engage Students in Entomology and Science

Tuesday, December 14, 2010: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Royal Palm, Salon 1 (Town and Country Hotel and Convention Center)
Martha Rosett Lutz
S. L. Donelson
Michelle Smith
1:00 PM
Welcoming Remarks
1:10 PM
Expanding the 'Elementary Insects' Program within urban areas in Texas
Kimberly Schofield, Texas Cooperative Extension - Texas A & M; Molly Keck, Texas A&M University
1:35 PM
The Lost Ladybug Project
Leslie Allee, Cornell University; Rebecca R. Smyth, Cornell University; John Losey, Cornell University
2:00 PM
Adding tritrophic interactions to your outreach events via augmentation to enhance educator engagement in entomology
Martha Rosett Lutz, Bluegrass Community and Technical College; Marianne Shockley, University of Georgia
2:25 PM
2:50 PM
3:05 PM
Walk the line!  Termite activity revisited
Robert Matthews, University of Georgia
3:55 PM
All of entomology in 3 hours and other tales (in 30 minutes)
Matthew Gimmel, University of Kansas; Michael L. Ferro, Louisiana State University
4:20 PM
Activities to teach youth about fire ants
Elizabeth Brown, Texas A&M University
4:45 PM
Concluding Remarks
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