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Thursday, May 18 • 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Project Slam!

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Join us at 5:30 PM in the Ballroom for a fun and fast-paced way to learn about and welcome some of the “new kids” in the citizen science world. Listen to quick – and competitive! – five-minute presentations about these new projects and project approaches – the audience will help determine the “Peoples’ Choice Award” and choose the top presentations to be shared with the public during Friday evening’s reception. Come ready to celebrate these new initiatives, and to cheer for your favorites! Cash bar and light snacks provided. 


Sparrow Swap

Caren Cooper - North Carolina State University and SciStarter

Carol Boston - University of Maryland

Learning to See, Seeing to Learn: Designing Macroinvertebrates.org
Marti Louw - Carnegie Mellon University

Snapshot Safari
Meredith Palmer - University of Minnesota

The Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative
Alexandra Fries - University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Doing-it-Together Science: Amplifying & Cross-Pollinating Citizen & DIY Science in Europe
Claudia Goebel - European Citizen Science Association

Habitat Network
Megan Whatton - The Nature Conservancy

Mark2Cure: Learn, Work, Help
Max Nanis - The Scripps Research Institute

Guardians of Chapada Monitoring Pollinators in Brazil
Blandina Viana - Biology Institute - Federal University of Bahia (UFBA)

The Smartfin: How Citizen Scientist Surfers Could Help Inform Coastal Ocean Science and Conservation
Shannon Waters - Surfrider Foundation

ScienceCache: a Geocaching Framework for Repeated Observations
Tab Graves - U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center

Volunteers and drones combine to map invasive plant species along major rivers in Tokyo, Japan
Hiromi Kobori - Tokyo City University

Floodcrowd: Sharing Observations of Floods to Help Research Their Causes and What We Can Do About Them
Avinoam Baruch - Loughborough University

GLOBE Observers (GO) Mosquito
Rebecca Boger - Brooklyn College

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

City Nature Challenge
Alison Young - California Academy of Sciences

Monitoring Bird Windows Collision in South America: Common Challenges and Perspectives for CitSci Projects
Sandro Von Matter - Federal Rural University of Rio

Elizabeth MacDonald - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Thursday May 18, 2017 5:30pm - 7:00pm CDT