Interested in hosting a 2018 Citizen Science Day event? Join us on February 14, 2018 to learn from both 2016 hosts and 2017 event organizers about planning Citizen Science Day activities at your site. The webinar provides an overview of Citizen Science Day, illustrates highlights from the past two years, provides a discussion of ideas and resources for hosting events and regional meet-ups, and, in general, helps you prepare for Citizen Science Day 2018. The webinar wraps up with a deep dive into resources available to help you with your Citizen Science Day event.
Date: Wednesday, February 14th
Time: 3-4pm US Eastern Time (UTC -5)
Register here to hold your place and receive connection details!
About Richard:Richard Smart is an environmental educator with 15 years of experience in environmental education and citizen science programming. He joined the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in 2012 and works closely with different sections to advance citizen science at the Museum. Communicating directly with the Museum’s citizen scientists is also a primary responsibility. Richard holds a B.S. in Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences from Texas A&M University, and a M.S. in Environmental Science from the University of North Texas.
Posted on: January 21, 2018 | Category: Blog, News, Webinars