The Citizen Science Association is hosting a series of events to support educators using citizen science in higher education. These events are designed to help you as you think about creating online or face-to-face learning experiences for undergraduates and connect you to a community of others doing the same. Each event is hosted by university faculty from around the country with experience using citizen science in a variety of disciplines.
This week's event topic is "“Using Citizen Science in Non-STEM Courses” Virtual Happy Hour
Host: Rachel Kramer Theodorou is the Elementary Faculty Leader at Brandeis University. She teaches courses to future teachers, with a particular specialty in ESL learners and using citizen science in teacher education.
Host: Chelsea Krieg, North Carolina State University, studies creative writing and has had positive experiences using citizen science in her English courses.