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Kaitlin Stack Whitney, visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, presented as part of an invited symposium on mentoring undergraduates in community participatory research at the Entomology Society of America/Entomology Society of British Columbia joint meeting in Vancouver on Nov. 13.


Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, had a peer-reviewed chapter in the book Living with Animals: Bonds across Species, published Sept. 15 by Cornell University Press.




Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, was selected to be part of the National Ecological Observatory Network’s Data Education Fellows Faculty Mentoring Network, which develops and publishes open educational resources to integrate quantitative computing skills into college biology classes.




Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, co-authored “Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition” in the Aug. 2 issue of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.




Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, was profiled by the Entomological Society of America for their “Early Career Professionals Spotlights” series.




Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, was selected and received funding to attend a collaborative workshop on active teaching and learning in conservation biology in postsecondary education, hosted by the Center for Biodiversity Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History June 13-15 in New York City.




Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, was invited to serve as judge for Cards Against Humanity’s Science Ambassador Program, a scholarship competition for college-bound girls interested in science, technology, engineering or math.




Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, presented on her ongoing research on highway roadside management as part of the first American Society for Environmental History Twitter conference on March 8–9.




Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, was invited to speak to SUNY Geneseo’s biology department on Feb. 16 about research she is leading with the assistance of environmental science capstone students.




Kaitlin Stack Whitney,

visiting assistant professor in the science, technology and society department and the environmental sciences program, published an article on accessibility of scientific papers and presentations for the journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.




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