Each TEPI will be allotted 5 minutes for their presentation. TEPIs who end early will be able to answer questions from the audience with the extra time. TEPIs will be able to show slides or other media during their presentation.

Session I

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Time (EDT) TEPI Institution Title
11:05 Jennifer Kerr Notre Dame of Maryland University AJEDI curriculum for Tiny Earth
11:10 Drew Rholl North Park University Connecting Distance and Face-to-Face Students to Support Each Other in a Mixed Class PUI: Successes and Failures
11:15 Paul Price Eastern Michigan Learning to Trust Your Student’s Creativity
11:20 Lilliam Casillas-Martinez University of Puerto Rico-Humacao Tiny Earth as a Stress Reliever in Virtual Settings
11:25 Enid González-Orta Cal State Sacramento Connecting with Students Where They Are: Using Social Media and Communication Platforms to Engage Students
11:30 Joanna Klein University of Northwestern, St. Paul Strategies to Facilitate Effective Group Work
11:35 Brian Merkel University of Wisconsin-Green Bay High Impact Community Outreach

TECH Break out discussion

Session II

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Time (EDT) TEPI Institution Title
12:35 Deborah Tobiason Carthage College Tiny Earth Genomics: Designing Modules and Developing a New Course
12:40 Adam Kleinschmit University of Dubuque BioProspecting Module for Tiny Earth
12:45 Kristin Labby Beloit College Tiny Earth Chem Updates from Beloit College
12:50 Katy Martin miniPCR miniPCR bio: Tools for our Tiny Earth Course
12:55 Nolan Lendved University of Wisconsin–Madison The new TEPI website unveiled
1:00 Lucy Fenzl College of Menominee Nation Tiny Earth Informing Climate Change
1:05 Katherine Maloney Point Loma Nazarene University Using TECH-generated metabolomics data on GNPS to formulate hypotheses about where to look for new antibiotics