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Friday, May 19 • 5:00pm - 7:00pm
A 'Night in the Cloud' Closing Reception - Open to the Public

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This capstone event of the CitSci2017 Conference brings together project leaders and the public to celebrate citizen science, in a mix of festival, exhibit hall, Café Scientifique, and major media event featuring the new citizen science TV series, The Crowd & The Cloud.

Featured: The Crowd & The Cloud
The evening’s featured event is selections from The Crowd & The Cloud, a 4-part public television series exploring the new frontier of citizen science in the age of mobile technology. A lively panel discussion will be led by series host and former NASA Chief Scientist, Waleed Abdalati, the Executive Producer, Geoffrey Haines-Stiles, as well as stars from projects highlighted in the show.

Find YOUR project!
Before the screening, attendees can grab a drink and jump into a festival-style mixer of project opportunities. Over 70 citizen science project leaders will be on hand to share their activities and resources–up close and personal–with Twin Cities residents: educators, librarians, parents, and anyone else wondering how to get started with citizen science. We can all but guarantee that attendees will walk away with 5 projects they are itching to join, get their students involved in, or tell their friends about.Whether you’re curious about citizen science and wondering how to get started, or already deeply involved in a project, this behind-the-scenes, all-access evening is for you!

This event is sponsored by:
The Saint Paul Foundation
AV support courtesy of: The Crowd & The Cloud (supported by NSF, the National Science Foundation, distributed by American Public Television, and producted by Passport to Knowledge/Geoff Haines-Stiles Productions, Inc.)
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Citizen Science - For All Ages: Thriving in Hennepin County, Minnesota
Mary Karius - Hennepin County Environment and Energy

GotScience: Creating Space for Open-Access Science Communication and Education
Kate Stone - Science Connected

CrowdWater
Barbara Strobl - University of Zurich

NatureLynx
Joelle Chille Cale - Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute

Mobile Environmental Citizen Science at Michigan Tech
Robert Pastel - Michigan Technological University

HerpMapper.org
Christopher Smith - HerpMapper.org

OpenSystems or Towards a Multidisciplinary Practice Where Art and Participation Are a Fundamental Part of the Way How Science Is Carried Out
Isabelle Bonhoure - Universitat de Barcelona

Red-headed Woodpecker Recovery Project
Caitlin Potter - University of Minnesota Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve

Road-Stream Crossings: Characterization and Remediation
Thomas Tisue - Muskegon Community College

FracTracker Mobile App: A Tool for Documenting Oil & Gas Industry Activity
Kirk Jalbert - FracTracker Alliance

CitSci.org
Russell Scarpino - CitSci.org, Colorado State University

Snapshot Wisconsin
Christina Locke - Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

The Citizen Science Program at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Alison Cawood - Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Mutual Benefits of the Results for Participants and Researchers
Rémi Knaff - INRA

Cochrane Crowd: A Year In
Anna Noel-Storr - Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group

Monarch Larva Monitoring Project
Karen Oberhauser - University of Minnesota

Plants of Concern
Jason Miller - Plants of Concern at the Chicago Botanic Garden

Habitat Network
Megan Whatton - The Nature Conservancy

Dragonfly Swarm Project
Christine Goforth - North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

Driven to Discover: How YOUR Cit Sci Project Can Help Youth Become *Driven to Discover*
Andrea Lorek Strauss - University of Minnesota Extension

Make Your Mark in Biomedical Research with Mark2Cure
Ginger Tsueng - The Scripps Research Institute

Go Orchids
Maria Sharova - Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Cartoscope
Sofia Eleni Spatharioti - Northeastern University

NOAA Marine Debris Monitoring and Assessment Project
Sherry Lippiatt - NOAA Marine Debris Program

The Encyclopedia of Life: An Open Biodiversity Resource for Citizen Science and Learning
Marie Studer - Encyclopedia of Life

The Center for Community and Citizen Science at University of California - Davis: How Can Universities Most Effectively Serve the Field of Citizen Science?
Ryan Meyer - UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science

Fresh Data; The Timely Exchange of Questions and Answers
Jennifer Hammock - Encyclopedia of Life, Smithsonian

Pharmalinked
Leah Morris - The University of King's College

The Drones Are Coming
Robert Stevenson - UMass Boston

Foldit
Seth Cooper - Northeastern University

Anecdata.org: A Free Platform for Citizen Science
Duncan Bailey - MDI Biological Laboratory

Biscayne Bay Drift Card Project (BayDrift)
Chelle King - Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science

Digital Earth Watch Picture Post Network - How Outdoor Digital Photographers Can Become Citizen Scientists
Annette Schloss - University of New Hamsphire

GLOBE Observer
Kristen Weaver - SSAI, Inc./NASA Earth Science Education Collaborative

Federal Tools for Citizen Science and Environmental Justice
Laura Stewart - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

It's Thrush Time. Tracking Birds Activities and Use It as Indicator of Noise Pollution in Big Cities: A Brazilian Citisci Project to Be Extended around the World
Sandro Von Matter - Federal Rural University of Rio

Establishing Native Plants in Restoration: Seeds or Seedlings?
Jennifer Long - Center for Environmental Biology

Aurorasaurus
Elizabeth MacDonald - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Sierra to Sea: Discovering Greenhouse Gas Flux Within the Soil of Sierra Nevadan Meadows Through Citizen Science
Gitte Venicx - Earthwatch Institute

Land Listeners Project with the Soil Carbon Coalition
Didi Pershouse - Soil Carbon Coalition and Center for Sustainable Medicine

The Soil Carbon Coalition's Atlasbiowork.com and Land Listeners Projects
Didi Pershouse - Soil Carbon Coalition and Center for Sustainable Medicine

Water Action Volunteers Citizen Stream Monitoring Program
Peggy Compton - University of Wisconsin-Extension

Partnership for Grassroots, Non-commercial Seed Systems for Community and Climate
Daniela Soleri - UC Santa Barbara

Societal Contributions to Globe at Night Observations in the Last 10 Years
Constance Walker - National Optical Astronomy Observatory

Cedar Creek Wildlife Survey
Jonathan Poppele - Minnesota Wildlife Tracking Project 

Sci starter
Catherine Hoffman

Market Science
Ryan Briscoe Runquist

Mutual Benefits of the Results for Participants and Researchers
Rémi Knaff - INRA

Genetics of Taste Lab
Tiffany Nuessle - Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Zooniverse 
Lucy Fortson- Zooniverse at Adler Planetarium



Friday May 19, 2017 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Ballroom

Attendees (149)