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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Tuesday, October 2 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Engaging LTER Scientists and Educators in Cross-Site Undergraduate Research

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Ecology is an increasingly collaborative endeavor; the next generation of LTER scientists need experience working across sites. How can LTER sites leverage REU and other Undergraduate Research Experiences (URE) programs to further network-based inquiry? Come hear from mentors and students about the outcomes of a cross-site project. Then, participate in theme-based round-table discussions for researchers to forge collaborative URE projects, while education professionals discuss cross-site program development. The goal for the 2019 field season is to facilitate the development of 3-5 cross-site URE projects. The long-term goals are to refine the research/education model, and to seek funding to build a sustained cross-LTER URE program.

Lead Organizer
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Audrey Barker-Plotkin

Harvard Forest, Harvard University

Co-organizers
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Alan Berkowitz

Head of Education, The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
K-12 and Undergraduate Ecology EducationData Literacy in EcologyBuilding and nurturing a diverse community of scientists, educators and participants in LTERThe Undergraduate Field Experience Research Network (UFERN)The LTER REU Initiative
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Clarisse Hart

Director of Outreach & Education, Harvard Forest, Harvard University
I'm broadly interested in science communication, undergraduate education, broadening diversity in the sciences, and - research-wise - invasive forest pests, athropod foodwebs, and marine mammal population dynamics (not necessarily at the same time). | As co-chair of the LTER Communications... Read More →
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Julia Jones

Professor, Oregon State University
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Julie Doll

KBS LTER Education & Outreach Coordinator, Michigan State University


Tuesday October 2, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
05. Dolphin Meeting Room