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Women in Science Speaker Series: Milkweed, Monarchs & More

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Celebrate Women's History Month with this series of talks highlighting women scientists in New England and beyond! In the inaugural talk, join undergraduate researcher Katie Galletta to learn about the interactions between monarch butterflies and the larger community of milkweed-eating insects.

Women in Science Speaker Series: The Urban Ocean

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Celebrate Women's History Month with this series of talks highlighting women scientists in New England and beyond! Join marine scientist Kelly Luis for this second talk in the series -- an introduction to the history, culture, and science of Boston Harbor.

Women in Science Speaker Series: Corals and Climate Change — Learning from the Past

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Celebrate Women's History Month with this series of talks highlighting women scientists in New England and beyond! In this third talk of the series, join paleoclimatologist Dr. Logan Brenner for a fascinating delve into the past, and to learn what coral skeletons can tell us about our planet's climate history.

Women in Science Speaker Series: Critter Cartoons for Conservation

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Celebrate Women's History Month with this series of talks highlighting women scientists in New England and beyond! For this final talk of the series, join cartoonist, naturalist, and author Rosemary Mosco to dive into the funny side of nature, and to discover why comics and science are natural allies.

An Evening with Squirrel Scientist Charlotte Devitz

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Charlotte Devitz is nuts about squirrels, and passionate about making science more accessible. Learn how her research is shedding light on the behavioral differences between urban, suburban, and rural squirrels. What she’s discovering about these everyday mammals just might surprise you!

Bobolinks: Grassland Ambassadors

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Join Dr. Amber Roth of the University of Maine on a migratory journey with bobolinks from their breeding grounds in the northeastern United States to their overwintering habitat in central South America.