Bee Palooza is a celebration of pollinators with educational and interactive booths at Michigan State University.
[Event coordinator] Created and managed planning including team, program, advertisement, and day-of coordination. Event goal ‘Everyone can Bee a Scientist’ with intentional outreach to underrepresented groups of people.
MSU SciFest: The Buzz on Bees
Join us in exploring the fascinating world of bees! Michigan is home to over 460 different bee species, each with their own unique history, appearance, and role in our ecosystem. You'll have the opportunity to look in a bumble bee colony, observe bees under a microscope, and even pet a bee in our bumble bee petting zoo! Whether it's a shiny metallic green sweat bee, a big fuzzy bumble bee, or a long-horned bee, you'll learn all about The Buzz on Bees!
Ep. 73: Welcoming new grad students
The MSU Entomology Department is very fortunate to have a wonderful new group of graduate students joining us in 2021. This episode features five of these new grad students: Cynthia Fiser, Julie Michaelson, Ronnie Miller, Charlotte Schuttler and Lauren Goldstein. We talked about how they selected graduate schools, why they ended up choosing MSU and what were the things they looked for in this selection process. We also discussed their future career plans and what skills they hope to learn in graduate school that will help them in finding a job. We talked about Ecolog( https://halllab.asu.edu/how-to-join-the-ecolog-job-board/), a list serve that some people in our discipline use to find graduate student positions.