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Tricia Edwards' Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Brundage
48:23
thanks Nicole
Katherine Blanchard
54:14
Katherine, SSEC, New Mexican
Brett Dooley
54:40
Brett, WSC, doctoral student
debra.novak
54:42
Deb - NM Museum of Natural History - Educator
CMC
55:00
Jacob, CMC, Optimist
McAuliffe Center - Suzanne
55:06
Suzanne, McAuliffe Center, Young Professional
Millie Gonzalez
55:07
Millie Gonzalez, Framingham State University/Library Latina
Brett Dooley
55:13
Margaret, WSC, Science Edcation
Jennifer Brundage
55:14
Jennifer, SA, yogi
Nicole Bryner
55:16
Nicole, SI Affiliations, advocate
CMC
55:17
arynn , Cincinnati museum center, artist
CMC
55:27
Sebastian, spider scientist
debra.novak
55:28
Woo Hoo !!! Everyone is welcome to come for green chile.\
eosberg2
55:31
Emily, University of Nebraska State Museum, curious learner
CMC
56:29
Gwen, CMC, Diversity Advocate
Nicole Bryner
58:04
Right now being a mom is super influential with young kids, but (I hope!) that will shrink a little to provide room for other things in the future!
CMC
58:33
What you identify as helps frame your perspective. That then informs your response to outside stimuli...or spiders.
eosberg2
58:47
I'm right there with you Nicole! Balancing work and being a mother is always a challenge!
Millie Gonzalez
58:59
I think that the things on our identity map may be important to us but with others can lead to bias.
glavasc
59:02
your beliefs or philosophy
Millie Gonzalez
59:41
no
CMC
59:44
some no some yes
McAuliffe Center - Suzanne
59:45
Yes!
eosberg2
59:46
No
Millie Gonzalez
01:22:53
A professor who teaches a course relating to food and culture would be interested in these activities.
Jennifer Brundage
01:23:07
absolutely!
Nicole Bryner
01:23:45
This game is so fun! I played it for way longer than I should admit.
CMC
01:28:11
CMC votes 3
eosberg2
01:28:15
B and E
eosberg2
01:28:33
3
Brett Dooley
01:28:38
3
Jennifer Brundage
01:28:52
2
Millie Gonzalez
01:28:53
3 as well
CMC
01:29:02
3 for 3
Jennifer Brundage
01:30:53
hi Melissa!
CMC
01:31:01
CMC stands with Claim 3
mrummel
01:31:07
Hi! Sorry I am late to arrive!!
eosberg2
01:31:41
The tomato was dropped on tile surface, correct? Trying to remember.
Nicole Bryner
01:32:24
I think 1. G, I, and J as evidence.
Nicole Bryner
01:33:25
Nevermind I agree with CMC now.
Jennifer Brundage
01:33:31
lol
Jennifer Brundage
01:37:36
Smithsonian Science for Global Goals Homepage: https://ssec.si.edu/global-goals Food! Module: https://ssec.si.edu/food Task 1-1: Mapping Your Identity Task 1-9B: Building Claims from Evidence Pick Your Plate: https://ssec.si.edu/pick-your-plate Mosquito! Module: https://ssec.si.edu/mosquitoSpanish Mosquito! Module: https://ssec.si.edu/mosquito-espanol
CMC
01:40:44
Space
mrummel
01:42:32
Here is another mosquito resource: https://scied.ucar.edu/zikazine
mrummel
01:43:00
UCAR Center for Science Education, in conjunction with the GLOBE program is working on the Zika project
Millie Gonzalez
01:43:19
How to counter false narrative challenging scientific facts?
Millie Gonzalez
01:44:58
Thank you!
Brett Dooley
01:45:13
Thank you!
CMC
01:45:18
Thank you!!!!!
mrummel
01:45:28
Thank you!
eosberg2
01:45:31
Thanks!
Jennifer Brundage
01:45:34
'thanks everyone!