2019 Technical Program At-A-Glance

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The morning workshop program is open for registration on a first come, first serve basis (workshop size is limited based on room capacity). Afternoon mini workshops are open to all participants registered for that day (not reserved ahead of time).

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Sunday
7/14
Monday
7/15
Tuesday
7/16
Wednesday
7/17
Thursday
7/18
Friday
7/19
8:30am-11:30am
FIELD TRIP
7am-4pm

Mammoth Cave Field Trip
Activity Review Camp
(8:30am - 5:00pm)

(Lawson 111)

NGSS Tagging Camp
(8:30am - 5:00pm)

(Lawson 112)




3-DAY MORNING WORKSHOPS:



2-DAY MORNING WORKSHOPS:

11:30am-1:30pm
Lunch Lunch Lunch and browse posters

Lunch

Lunch and browse posters
1:30pm-4:00pm/ 4:15pm (Wed)

ORAL SESSIONS (1:30-4:00)

2-DAY MINI WORKSHOP
(1:30-4:00)
(Humphries 103)

Data Labs: Using Ocean Observatory Initiative (OOI) Data to Engage Students in Oceanography (Day 1/2) Note: This 2-day afternoon workshop continues on Wednesday at 1:30pm

2-DAY MINI WORKSHOP
(1:30-4:00)
(Humphries 221)

Data Labs: Using Ocean Observatory Initiative (OOI) Data to Engage Students in Oceanography (Day 2/2) Note: This 2-day afternoon workshop begins on Tuesday at 1:30pm

ORAL SESSIONS (1:30-4:00)

TEACHING DEMOS
(1:30-3:00)
(Humphries 221)

MINI WORKSHOPS
(1:30-4:00)




































SHARE-A-THON (1:30-2:40) & TEACHING DEMOS (2:50-4:10)

SHARE-A-THON
(1:30-2:40)
(Barn Auditorium)
Part of the contributed program: Round-robin presentations in which participants have 1-2 minutes to do a "lightning talk" with an overview of an activity they contributed prior to the Rendezvous, followed by time to interact with attendees and answer questions in a small group format.


MINI WORKSHOPS
(1:30-4:00)

Teaching Computation in the Geosciences Using MATLAB(Barn 114)

Make it Better: Assessing and addressing departmental and workplace culture issues(Humphries 103)

Broaden and Diversify Your Reach Through Expanding Your Definition of 'Community of Practice' (Humphries 13)
Telling a New Climate Story — Giving Students a Positive Voice in the Age of Science Denialism(Humphries 222)
GER Theoretical Frameworks (Lawson 111)




















































MINI WORKSHOPS
(1:30-4:00)































ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS II

(1:30-2:45)
(Various Locations)

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS I
(3-4:15)
(Barn Auditorium)

Poster Session
Posters will be hung by presenters by 8:30am, and will be available for viewing throughout the day.(3-4pm)

(Humphries 118)


4:30pm-5:45pm Earth Education Forum -- Conversations with Colleagues: Exploring Our Shared Goals to Support Students and Strengthen Geoscience Pathways
(4:30-6:00pm)


(Barn Auditorium)

This session will foster engagement of the entire Earth education community around shared goals for student learning and experiences.
PLENARY

We're All In This Together: Community science for learning and action
Raj Pandya, Director, Thriving Earth Exchange

(Barn Auditorium)



Poster Session

Posters will be hung by presenters by 8:30am, and will be available for viewing throughout the day.

(Humphries 118)


PANEL DISCUSSION
Grand Challenges in Earth Learning: Perspectives from Historically Black Colleges and UniversitiesModerator: Richard Schulterbrandt Gragg III (Florida A&M);

Panelists: De'Etra Young (TN State), Mintesinot Jiru (Coppin State), Ambrose Jearld (National Technical Assoc.)


(Barn Auditorium)

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(Farm Pavilion)

Evening

OPENING RECEPTION(Vanderbilt University Student Life Center: 140)
(7-8:30pm)


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Town Hall: Building on the Legacy of the InTeGrate Project (5:30-6:30pm)
(Barn Auditorium)


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