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LoboSEEDS at University of New Mexico
- Academic Year: 2012-2013
- Chapter Website (if applicable): http://LoboSEEDS.com
- Chapter email(if applicable):
- Scott Collins, Professor
- Email: Scollins@seviletta.unm.edu
A descriptive summary of each of the major Chapter activities (seminars/workshops, field trips, fundraisers, outreach/community service, etc.) during the past academic year. The activity, the timeframe, and the persons involved (Chapter members, campus, school students, community, etc.). People who were included and served, and how many.
This last year three of our members attended the ESA conference and two attended the leadership meeting in New Orleans. Our chapter was also awarded a grant enabling us to take a group of mid-high school age children to the Ted Turner Ranch and execute an introduction to ecology experiment and camping trip. The trip has yet to take place, but much planning has been done thus far. We also sponsored a showing of the movie “Chasing Ice” for UNM students at a local theater. Throughout the year we also attended a few biology/ecology fairs.
What best describes the activities of your chapter this past academic year?
Chapter Invigoration/Recruitment, Community Outreach, Field Trips, Professional Conferences and/or Meetings
A summary of the Chapter’s ideas or plans for the next academic year.
For this year we want to execute an introduction to ecology experiment and camping trip for mid-high school age children with the grant we were awarded. We would also like to acquire more members, create more research based field trips, and collaborate with other similar groups to expand our reach in the community.