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  1. Christy Baggett

    I received my Master's in Biology from John Carroll University and am currently working as a research technician in the Aquatic Ecology Laboratory at The Ohio State University. I enjoy...

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  2. David Craig

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  3. Gustavo Requena Santos

    I grew up in Southeastern Brazil, inspired by nature on my grandparents’ farm and summer camps in the local zoo. My passion for nature motivated me to become a field biologist and led me to a...

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  4. Joey Haydock

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  5. John Niedzwiecki

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  6. Joseph W. Felts

    Currently I hold the position of Full-Time Biology Instructor at Davidson-Davie Community College in Thomasville, N.C. I teach courses in General Biology, Environmental Biology and occasionally...

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  7. Kaitlin Rose Wellens

    I am a evolutionary biologist interested in primate behavior and development. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at Trinity Washington University, where I am focusing on STEM education and...

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  8. Mehdi Khadraoui

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  9. Squirreling Around for Science: Observing Sciurid Rodents to Investigate Animal Behavior

    30 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Patrice K. Connors*1, Johanna Varner1, Liesl P. Erb2, Laurie Dizney3, Hayley C. Lanier4, John D. Hanson5, Christopher J. Yahnke6, Jennifer M. Duggan7, Elizabeth A. Flaherty8

    1. Colorado Mesa University 2. Warren Wilson College 3. University of Portland 4. University of Oklahoma 5. Institute for Biodiversity Research and Education 6. University of Wisconsin Stevens Point 7. California State University, Monterey Bay 8. Purdue University

    Hands-on research experiences are important opportunities for students to learn about the nature of inquiry and gain confidence in solving problems. Here, we present an inquiry-based lesson plan...

    https://qubeshub.org/publications/2663/?v=1

  10. Squirreling from Afar: Adapting Squirrel-Net Modules for Remote Teaching and Learning

    30 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Laurie Dizney*1, Johanna Varner2, Jennifer M. Duggan3, Hayley C. Lanier4, Patrice K. Connors2, Liesl P. Erb5, Elizabeth A. Flaherty6, Christopher J. Yahnke7, John D. Hanson8

    1. University of Portland 2. Colorado Mesa University 3. California State University, Monterey Bay 4. University of Oklahoma 5. Warren Wilson College 6. Purdue University 7. University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point 8. Institute for Biodiversity Research and Education

    The shift from face-to-face instruction to remote teaching and learning has proven to be a challenging endeavor for many reasons, including lack of time, resources, and inspiration. Lab courses,...

    https://qubeshub.org/publications/2711/?v=1

  11. Steven Schwartz

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  12. Sue Cooke

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  13. Talisin Hammond

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  14. The nose knows: How tri-trophic interactions and natural history shape bird foraging behavior

    12 Jun 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Kaitlin Bonner1, Gregory Cunningham1

    St. John Fisher College

    Students investigate the role of olfaction and infochemicals on bird foraging behavior through three different quantitative modules. In this module students create graphs, generate statistics, draw...

    https://qubeshub.org/publications/470/?v=1

  15. The nose knows: How tri-trophic interactions and natural history shape bird foraging behavior. An introduction to statistical analysis in animal behavior research

    20 Dec 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Julia Burrows

    Students investigate the role of olfaction and infochemicals on bird foraging behavior through two different quantitative activities where they generate hypotheses, create figures, conduct data...

    https://qubeshub.org/publications/973/?v=1

  16. The nose knows: How tri-trophic interactions and natural history shape bird foraging behavior. Introduction to data visualization.

    28 May 2019 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By pamela scheffler

    Students investigate the role of olfaction and infochemicals on bird foraging behavior.. In this module students learn to analyze and present graphic data in ways that simplify interpretation.

    https://qubeshub.org/publications/1221/?v=1