Education and Outreach
Fathead Minnow (Pimephales promelas)
Male on the left and female on the right. Zachary S. Randall / FLMNH
UF CAIRES (Center for Adaptive Innovation, Resilience, Ethics, and Science) sponsored a two-day Sustainability and Social Media Conference on Friday, April 17-18 2015, at the Levin School of Law. iDigBio graduate student Randy Singer was fortunate enough to be invited as a panelist for a session on Digitizing Nature.
Photo courtesy of Mike Lauterborn.
Dusky Pygmy Rattlesnake (Sistrurus miliarius barbouri)
Photo courtesy of Lary Reeves
3D Digitization of Fossils for Educators & Citizen Scientists:
A collaborative workshop among iDigBio, the FOSSIL Project, and K12 Science Educators
Summary: The 3D Digitization of Fossils for Educators & Citizen Scientists Workshop will bring together scientists, collection professionals, and K-12 educators to discuss using 3D imaging and citizen science in the classroom. The workshop will consist of presentations, breakout discussion sessions, collection tours, and a field trip to Thomas Farm.
By the numbers:
"By not paying attention to this whole kingdom of life, we lose something really important -
I work every day to combat it," Christopher Martine
Dr. Lena Struwe working with graduate student Lauren Frazee (front), and undergraduate Alisha Sharma. (Rutgers University)
This article was generated from a webinar presented as an addendum to the iDigBio Education & Outreach Workshop held in Gainesville, FL, January 15-17, 2014. Participants were interested in finding out more about applying for grants available through the National Science Foundation (NSF) for Education and Outreach.
If you are targeting the National Science Foundation (NSF) for Education and Outreach funding, you may be looking for money in all the wrong places. With creativity and knowledge you can find the right places.