2013 Special Outreach Program for NSTA

Special invitation for NSTA educators to attend, “How Cool is Entomology” symposium (in conjunction with Entomology 2013, ESA’s Annual Meeting)
 
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
1:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Austin Convention Center, Meeting Room 16A, Austin, Texas.

Session details-http://esa.confex.com/esa/2013/
webprogram/Session20267.html
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Hosted by the Entomological Society of America (www.entsoc.org).
 
With more than a million described species, insects are among the most diverse groups of animals on the planet.  They represent more than half of all known living organisms on Earth and they can be found in nearly all environments. They play important roles in agricultural sustainability, food safety and security, human and animal health, homeland security, climate change, etc. 
 
Join us for this fun and informative symposium designed to show educators how they can use entomology in the classroom in a variety of creative ways. The symposium presents an overview of various aspects of Entomology?from insect architecture, genetics and behavior?to entomological work in the military, at police crime scenes, and the use of insect-inspired nano-robots.
 
 
ESA invites members of the National Science Teachers Association to attend this engaging presentation.  This complimentary invitation is limited to the first 50 educators to register.  
 
All completed registration forms for this program must be sent to Debi Sutton, ESA Director of Membership and Marketing at dsutton@entsoc.org.  You cannot register online for this program. The program has limited space for the first 50 teachers, so act quickly.
 
Note:  Regular registration for Entomology 2013 is now open; for regular registration information, click here.
 
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