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Learning to See, Seeing to Learning

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

This project continued to enhance the Macroinvertebrates.org. site, in addition to creating aquatic macroinvertebrate identification resources for learners, teachers, and trainers.

(Project details may change over the lifespan of a project. The project description listed here is from the annual report of the most recent project year.)

Funded by: National Science Foundation

Project Leads

  • 2020: Marti Louw (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • 2017–2019: Marti Louw (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • 2016: Marti Louw (Carnegie Mellon University) and Tara K. Muenz

Collaborators

  • 2020: Tara K. Muenz, Steven C. Kerlin, Mandy Nix, John K. Jackson, and Michael C. Broomall; John Morse (Clemson University); Lauren Allen (Carnegie Mellon University); John Wenzel (Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
  • 2019: Tara K. Muenz, Steven C. Kerlin, John K. Jackson, Michael C. Broomall, Kelly C. McIntyre; John Morse (Clemson University); Lauren Allen (Carnegie Mellon University); John Wenzel (Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
  • 2018: Steven C. Kerlin, John K. Jackson, Michael C. Broomall, Kelly C. McIntyre, and Tara K. Muenz; John Morse (Clemson University); Lauren Allen (Carnegie Mellon University); John Wenzel (Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
  • 2017: Steven C. Kerlin, John K. Jackson, Matthew J. Wilson, Michael C. Broomall, Kelly C. McIntyre, and Tara K. Muenz; John Morse (Clemson University); Lauren Allen (Carnegie Mellon University); John Wenzel (Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
  • 2016: Steven C. Kerlin, John K. Jackson, Matthew J. Wilson, Michael C. Broomall, and Kelly C. McIntyre; John Morse (Clemson University); Lauren Allen (Carnegie Mellon University); John Wenzel (Carnegie Museum of Natural History)

Project Years: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

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