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Join us for Moth Math, a citizen science project of How will moth species be affected by changes in climate, land use, pollution, and other large scale factors? This event is especially for faculty who teach high school AP biology, undergraduate intro biology, and high school and undergraduate statistics. Moth Math is an engaging way to teach quantitative analysis to high school and undergraduate biology and/or statistics students. The event is co-sponsored by Discover Life, SymbASA, and Colburn Earth Science Museum (soon to be Asheville Museum of Science). Sherry Sherman, biology faculty member at Mayland Community College, will share how Moth Math has worked in her intro biology class; Nancy Lowe, Moth Math project manager, will discuss how you can use Moth Math in your own class, how to set up a moth party, and how to identify our diverse flora of Southern Appalachian moths.