Return to the symposium schedule page and click on individual sessions to view recordings of all TE2020 sessions. You can also download PDF files of session slides from the schedule page.
All symposium attendees will attend the first session together, but the rest of the day students and instructors will attend different sessions. See the schedule page for details.
Access all of the sessions from the schedule page using the password you received by email after registering.
On Wednesday, June 10, Tiny Earth joins an international initiative to call out racism in STEM and academia and take action to eradicate that racism.
The TE2020 team is in the process of making substantive adjustments to the symposium schedule. Please stay tuned and watch your email for updated information.
Check your email for important details about accessing sessions, using Zoom, and getting technical support if you need it.
Students have until Friday, May 29 to submit posters for the Tiny Earth Symposium. Instructors have until the same date to submit “Tapas Talks”.
One of the highlights of our annual symposium for instructors is the afternoon of “Tapas Talks”, short, appetizer-sized talks from partner instructors about Tiny Earth science, pedagogy, outreach, and more. We encourage registered instructors to apply to deliver one of these talks.
The Tiny Earth Symposium will feature virtual student research poster sessions on Thursday afternoon, June 11, during which each poster will have five minutes of live presentation time using Zoom, plus two minutes for Q & A. Visit tinyearth.wisc.edu/2020-symposium/poster-submission to submit your poster.
Registration for the 2020 Tiny Earth Virtual Symposium is open through June 1.