Rainforest Project Dissertation Day
Tomorrow morning the student’s who participated in this year’s Forman/Rara Avis rainforest project will be presenting the results of their work. I encourage everyone to follow along live via webstreaming. Twan Leenders provided instructions on his blog through the Connecticut Audubon Society. I’ve copied the information here. This is your chance to experience a little about what I’ve written and described. Please note all times are Eastern time zone.
We are proud to share with you the research presentations from the Rain Forest Trip via live streaming video tomorrow, Thursday, April 28, 2011. The process for logging onto the Forman live stream is as follows:
- Make sure you download the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.
- Go to the USTREAM website and sign up for a free account
- Click on this link , or on the USTREAM site, type “Dissertation Day 2011” into the search box at the top of the page
- You are all set to watch these very impressive presentations!
The schedule for the day:
8:35- 8:50 Multimedia Slide Show
(Shawn Mullen/Wendy Welshans)
8:50- 9:15 Tropical Moths
(Matt Pelow and Lilly Perlstein)
9:20- 9:45 Spider Silk
(Megan Blair, Ariel Blouin, Nicholas Manzella)
(Second showing of Multimedia Slide Show)
10:35-11:00 Tropical Reptiles and Amphibians
(Vince Hastings, Walker Miller, Brandon Turner)
11:05-11:35 Volcanic Streams
( Collin Felton, Dominique Dimaria)
~Lunch in Peirce Dining Hall~
12:35-1:00 Migratory and Tropical Birds
( Faye Curran, Matt Markelon, Chris Moran)