Minne-College in Arizona

Saturday, February 25, 2017 @ 1:00PM

ARIZONA PROGRAM

WELCOME AND KEYNOTE: 1-2 P.M.

Citizen Science: Using Monarchs to Teach Biology,
Conservation, and the Process of Science
Karen Oberhauser, Extension & CFANS

SESSION 1: 2:15-3 P.M.
Rewriting the Rural Narrative
Ben Winchester, Extension
–or–
Emerging Hearing Loss Solutions: How the Newest Ideas May Change Everything
Peggy Nelson, CLA

SESSION 2: 3:15-4 P.M.
Turning Jello into Replacement Heart Valves
Bob Tranquillo, College of Science and Engineering
–or–
Plastics From Plants: Sexy and Sustainable
Marc Hillmyer, College of Science and Engineering

SESSION 3: 4:15-5 P.M.
Did You Know That How Fast You Walk
Can Help to Predict How Long You Will Live?
Becky Olson-Kellogg, Division of Physical Therapy, Medical School
–or–
We Can Learn From Insects’ Sex Lives
Marlene Zuk, College of Biological Sciences

UNIVERSITY RECEPTION: 5-6 P.M.
Supported by the University of Minnesota Foundation

COST: UMAA MEMBERS $50 AND NON-MEMBERS $60

ONLINE REGISTRATION HERE

PRINT AND MAIL FORM HERE


Register by phone: 612-624-2345

Questions: Kablia Thao at thao0245@umn.edu

Scottsdale Marriott

  • 16770 North Perimeter Drive, Scottsdale, AZ85260

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