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NSTA STEM Forum & Expo | Minneapolis, MN | May 20–22, 2015

Megan Stine (HHMI)

Nikki Chambers (West High School)

Jim Serach (Greens Farms Academy)

Kim Parfitt (Central High School)

Dawn Norton (Minnetonka High School)


New Horizons Conference | Roanoke, VA | April 1–3, 2015

Kathy Jones (Howard Community College), Ellie Rice (HHMI)

Melissa Csikari (Germanna Community College), Ellie Rice (HHMI)


Experimental Biology | Boston, MA | March 28–April 1, 2015

Fred Wasserman (Boston College), Ellie Rice (HHMI)


NSTA National Conference | Chicago, IL | March 12–15, 2015

Amanda Briody (Frederick Douglass High School), Ben Smith (Palos Verdes Peninsula High School), Bridget Conneely (HHMI)

Robin Bulleri (Carrboro High School), Chris Hedeen (Oregon City High School), Mark Nielsen (HHMI)

Mark Eberhard (St. Clair High School), Cindy Gay (Steamboat Springs High School), Sat Amagai (HHMI), Sandra Blumenrath (HHMI)

Melissa Csikari (Colonial Forge High School), Karen Lucci (Hopewell Valley Central High School), Laura Bonetta (HHMI)

Jason Crean (Lyons Township High School), Valerie May (Woodstock Academy), Sandra Blumenrath (HHMI)

Mary Colvard, Cheryl Hollinger, Laura Bonetta (HHMI)

Jennifer Barnes (Woodstock High School), Bob Kuhn (Centennial High School), Laura Helft (HHMI)

Amy Fassler (Marshfield High School), David Hong (Diamond Bar High School), Mark Nielsen (HHMI)

Ann Brokaw (Rocky River High School), Paul Strode (Fairview High School), Sat Amagai (HHMI)

Margaret Holzer (Chatham High School), Mark Nielsen (HHMI), Roberta Johnson Killeen (NESTA)


AFACCT Conference | Westminster, MD | January 8–9, 2015

The Rock Pocket Mouse: Using Multimedia Resources to Teach Genetics and Evolution
Teresa Calzonetti, Frederick Community College, Frederick, MD and Ellie Rice, HHMI


NABT Professional Development Conference | Cleveland, OH | November 13–15, 2014

Fossil and Genetic Evidence of Human Evolution
David Knuffke, Deer Park High School, Deer Park, NY and Laura Bonetta, HHMI

Great Transitions in Evolution
Mark Eberhard, St. Clair High School, St. Clair, MI, and Mark Nielsen, HHMI

Good Cells Gone Bad: The Genetics of Cancer
Melissa Csikari, Colonial Forge High School, Stafford, VA and Megan Stine, HHMI

Implementing Statistics in the Biology Classroom
Ann Brokaw, Rocky River High School, Rocky River, OH, and Sandra Blumenrath, HHMI

HHMI Resources for Exploring Transcription and Gene Regulation
Ellie Rice and Satoshi Amagai, HHMI

HHMI Resources for Exploring DNA-Based Phylogenies
Satoshi Amagai and Ellie Rice, HHMI


Smithsonian Biodiversity Academy | Washington, DC | June 23, 2014

Biodiversity of Cone Snails, Anole Lizards, and Finches
Satoshi Amagai and Laura Helft, HHMI


Evolution 101 Workshop | Raleigh, NC | June 18–20, 2014

Evolution Teaching Resources from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Jennifer Bricken and Megan Stine, HHMI


NSTA STEM Conference | New Orleans, LA | May 14–17, 2014

Evolving Switches, Evolving Bodies: A Story of Gene Regulation and Evolution
Jennifer Barnes, Woodstock High School, Woodstock, GA

Are Humans Still Evolving? Genetic Evidence of Human Evolution
Robert Kuhn, Centennial High School, Roswell, GA

When Good Cells Go Bad: What Cancer Can Teach Students about Cell Biology and Genetics
Megan Stine, HHMI


USA Science & Engineering Festival | Washington, DC | April 25–27, 2014

HHMI's Free Classroom Resources for Teaching Evolution
Jennifer Bricken, HHMI

Free STEM Resources for Teaching Climate Change
Laura Dinerman, Sherwood High School, Rockville, MD, and Mark Nielsen, HHMI


NSTA National Conference | Boston, MA | April 3–6, 2014

Dog Genomics: Mapping Genes to Traits
Elinor Karlsson, The Broad Institute, Cambridge, MA, and Melissa Csikari, Colonial Forge High School, Stafford, VA

Fossil and Genetic Evidence of Human Evolution
Cindy Gay, Steamboat Springs High School, Steamboat Springs, CO, and Satoshi Amagai, HHMI

Genomic Neuroscience: From Synapse to Autism
Mary Wuerth, Tamalpais High School, Mill Valley, CA, and Sandra Blumenrath, HHMI

From DNA Structure to the Genomic Era
Karen Lucci, Hopewell Valley Central High School, Pennington, NJ, and Eriko Clements, HHMI

Biology in Deep Time
Heather Olins, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, and Jeremy Conn, Goshen High School, Goshen, IN

Free STEM Resources for Teaching Climate Change
Laura Dinerman, Sherwood High School, Rockville, MD, and Mark Nielsen, HHMI

Implementing Statistics in the Biology Classroom
Ann Brokaw, Rocky River High School, Rocky River, OH, and Paul Strode, Fairview High School, Boulder, CO

How and Why Species Multiply
Jason Crean, Lyons Township High School, La Grange, IL, and Keri Shingleton, Holland Hall, Tulsa, OK

Meet Your Inner Fish and Other Great Transitions in Evolution
Mark Eberhard, St. Clair High School, St. Clair, MI, and Laura Bonetta, HHMI

Cell Biology and Cancer in the Flipped Classroom
Ann Brokaw, Rocky River High School, Rocky River, OH, and Robert Cooper, Pennsbury High School, Fairless Hills, PA