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					41st ANNUAL MEETING OF CPUB         APRIL 16-18, 2010     EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY

Dear CPUB Director,

Greetings from East Stroudsburg University, site of the 41st Annual Meeting of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania University Biologists. CPUB 2010 is scheduled for
the weekend of April 16, 2010. This packet provides you, the faculty in your department,
and your students with all of the information needed to attend this year’s meeting.

Included in this document are i) registration forms (separate forms for faculty and
students), ii) a tentative schedule of program events, iii) abstract instructions, iv)
information for nomination of your department’s outstanding student, v) information on the
poster/platform presentations, vi) information on a photography contest, and vii) and
lodging information. This information will also be posted at the CPUB Website.

There will be an informal social with provided light refreshments Friday evening the 16th
starting at 7:30 PM for both faculty and students at the Budget Inn- East Stroudsburg. The
keynote address, presentations, and business meetings are scheduled for Saturday, April
17th in the new Hoeffner Science and Technology Center on the ESU campus. The
banquet will be held from 7-9 PM Saturday evening at Woodsgate at the Stroudsmoor
Country Inn (see lodging).

The Keynote Address, entitled "Sex Chromosomes: Just Asking for Trouble", will be
given by Dr. Victoria Meller from Wayne State University. Dr. Meller's research focuses on
sex determination and dosage compensation via small RNAs in Drosophila. For more
information on Dr. Meller, please see http://bio.wayne.edu/profhtml/meller/meller.html

In addition to the regular categories for oral and poster      presentations, we will have a
platform session dedicated to Biology Education. This          session provides a venue for
students to present research in biology education including    innovative instruction methods
and the results of effectiveness assessment. from laboratory   or lecture.

The following workshops and presentations will take place Saturday afternoon:

Workshop 1: Preparing Yourself for Graduate School Success.
Dr. Victoria Meller, Chair of the Graduate Committee in Biological Sciences, Wayne State
University.

This interactive presentation will give students the inside track on how to make their
application packages attractive to graduate schools, and how to choose a school that's best
for your career goals.

Workshop 2: Wildlife Forensics: Tour of wildlife DNA Lab.
Dr. Jane Huffman.
Wildlife forensics is a relatively new field of criminal investigation. Its goals are to use
scientific procedures to examine, identify, and compare evidence from crime scenes, and to
link this evidence with a suspect and an animal. Examples of criminal cases in which wildlife
forensics have been used will be covered. Participants will analyze a blood sample and will
collect evidence from a wildlife crime scene. A wildlife hair identification demonstration will
be given. The workshop will be held at the Northeast Wildlife DNA Laboratory located about
a mile from the main meeting and a shuttle will be provided. Participant number is limited
to 16. Questions should be directed to Jane Huffman, 570-422-3713 or jhuffman@po-
box.esu.edu .




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Workshop 3: Analysis of Bat Echolocation Calls
Dr. Howard (Sandy) Whidden.
This session will explore some of the ways that biologists study bat echolocation calls. We’ll
go over the use of bat detectors to detect and record bat echolocation calls, and discuss
how bat species can be identified by the acoustic characteristics of their calls. We will
practice using an ultrasonic detector and then use the program SonoBat to analyze
prerecorded echolocation calls. The workshop is limited to 12 participants and will take place
in the Moore Biology building (room 110). Questions should be directed to Sandy Whidden,
570-422-3714 or hwhidden@po-box.esu.edu

Workshop 4: Radiotracking Pennsylvania Black Bears.
Global positioning system (GPS) collars allows wildlife biologists to identify the core habitats
preferred by black bears for most day-to-day activities. Black bears (Ursus americanus)
make excellent subjects for wildlife research. Their large size and willingness to enter traps
have predisposed them to radiotelemetry studies in a variety of habitats. This workshop will
give an overview of trapping techniques, immobilization procedures, and the use of GPS in
producing home ranges for black bears. The workshop will take place in the Kurtz Lecture
Hall of the Moore Biology building, and can accommodate 75 attendees. Questions should
be directed to Jane Huffman, 570-422- 3716 or jhuffman@po-box.esu.edu

Many of you may be familiar with Alan Spevak's photography from his numerous awards
at previous CPUB meetings. Alan has decided to rest on his laurels this year and use his
talents in organizing our Biology Photography Exposition. Students and faculty who
enjoy photography are invited to exhibit their favorite biology-related photos (limit 3 entries
per person). Outstanding photographs in the following categories will be recognized:
Microscopy, Flora, Fauna, Landscape, and Students (as subjects). The photographs must be
5 x 7 or 8 x 10 and should be printed on photo quality paper. For questions please contact
Dr. Alan Spevak, 570-422-3725, aspevak@po-box.esu.edu

Please plan to visit the exhibitors displays. We've had a very positive response from
vendors and hope to offer a variety of books and products for you to check out. Some
companies that tentatively plan to attend include Fisher-Thermo Scientific, Optical
Apparatus (Nikon microscopes), and ADI Instruments.

On Sunday, April 18, Dr. Terry Master will lead a tour of Cherry Valley National Wildlife
Refuge. Cherry Valley is a rich agricultural landscape with scattered fens, marshes, open
fields, woodlots and streams bordered by two wooded ridges, Godfrey's Ridge immediately
south of Stroudsburg and Kittatinny Ridge farther to the south on the border with
Northampton County. Due to the variety of habitats, bird species diversity is very high here.
Species/groups to watch out for are marsh birds, grassland birds and warblers. Virginia
Rails have responded to CD playbacks, Eastern Meadowlarks can be found here (the only
place in Monroe County) and the stream valley is good for ducks, especially in early spring.
It is a good winter raptor location, including for Rough-legged Hawks, and large flocks of
snipe can be seen during migration in March on the meandering stream mentioned above.
The site has recently been designated as Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge, the
first such refuge in the northeast established in the last 20 years.

There will be room for 11 participants on this tour which will leave from the large parking lot
behind the new Science and Technology Center at 7:30 AM. The tour will provide an
overview of the refuge and visit sites of ecological and birding interest in the valley. We will
return to ESU by 10:00 AM. Please contact Terry Master if you are interested. tmaster@po-
box.esu.edu.


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IMPORTANT NOTES:

CPUB is committed to providing opportunities for students to engage in research, to gain
experience in scientific communication. and to be recognized for academic excellence. We
are dedicated to keeping costs for students attending the Annual Meeting as low as possible.
There is no registration fee for students and meals are provided at no cost for up to
8 students from each CPUB university. We are able to support our students through
faculty registrations and generous assistance from host institutions. Faculty supervisors of
student research presented at the meeting are respectfully requested to register for the
meeting EVEN IF NOT ATTENDING. This is critical to help defray the overall cost of the
meeting.

The CPUB Director should coordinate sending in student registration forms. Please indicate
which 8 students from your intuition are to receive free meals by signing those students'
registration forms. Additional student registrations must be accompanied by a payment for
meals.

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is free for new faculty (1st or 2nd year)!

Late registrants are welcome to attend presentations and workshops, as space allows,
with the understanding that we are unable to provide meals because we must commit to
the number of meals in advance as per our contract with our campus food service and
banquet facility. Please get your registration material in by the deadline

                    Summary of Deadlines & Submission Formats:

Due Friday, April 2

registration & payment      Kathy Brunkard via snail mail

abstracts                   Tracy Whitford < twhitford@po-box.esu.edu >
                                subject line: CPUB Abstract [FirstInitialLast Name]

outstanding student         Dr. Maria Kitchens-Kintz < mkitchens@po-box.esu.edu >
                                 subject line: Outstanding [School'sInitials]

Directions to East Stroudsburg University and campus maps may be found at the ESU
Welcome Center page. The campus is holding an open house the same day as our meeting,
so parking will be more crowded than normally expected on a weekend. The most
convenient parking for the meeting is located behind the Hoeffner Science and Technology
Center (map #70) and the Moore Biology Hall (map #37).
http://www4.esu.edu/aboutesu/welcome_ctr/welcome_ctr.cfm

The Poconos are a busy resort area, so it's a good idea to make lodging reservations
early. We have reserved blocks of rooms at the Budget Inn and the Super 8 Inn located
side by side about a mile from ESU. The informal social will take place in the hospitality
room of the Budget Inn on Friday evening from 7:30-9:30.

I look forward to seeing you in April for a great meeting. Please let me know if you have any
questions, special needs or concerns. I can be reached at 570-422-3713 or (twhitford@po-
box.esu.edu). Thank you.

Tracy Whitford
CPUB Annual Meeting Coordinator for CPUB 2010


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             TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF PROGRAM EVENTS
There may be changes in the rooms assigned for some activities. Please check for updates when
       you receive the official Program. Locations will also be posted and announced.

                              FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 2010
      7:30-9:30 PM                 Social Mixer – Budget Inn- East Stroudsburg

                            SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 2010
      8:30 – 9:45                  CPUB Directors' Meeting
                                   Hoeffner Science & Technology Center, Rm. 144

      8:30 – 10:00                 Registration, Poster Set-up, Exhibitors Viewing, Coffee
                                   Hoeffner Science & Technology Center, Lobby and Cafe

      10:00 – 10:15                Welcome and Introduction
                                   Hoeffner Science & Technology Auditorium (rm. 117)

      10:15 – 11:15                Keynote Address, Dr. Victoria Meller, Wayne State
                                   University. Sex Chromosomes: Just Asking for Trouble

      11:30 – 12:30                Buffet Lunch in Hoeffner Science & Technology
                                   Lobby and Cafe

      12:45 – 2:15                 Platform Session I - SciTech 135
                                   Platform Session II - SciTech 136
                                   Platform Session III - SciTech 137

      2:15 – 3:30                  Poster Sessions, Exhibitor Viewing, Refreshments
                                   Hoeffner Science & Technology Center, Lobby, Cafe,
                                   First and Second Floor Commons

      3:30 – 5:00                  Platform Session IV - SciTech 135
                                   Platform Session V - SciTech 136
                                   Platform Session VI - SciTech 137

      5:00 – 6:00                  Concurrent Workshops and Presentations
                                         Workshop spaces may be reserved on your
                                         meeting registration form.

                                   1) Graduate School Success
                                   Dr. Victoria Meller, Wayne State University
                                   Hoeffner Science & Technology Center, Rm. 136




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                              2) Wildlife DNA Forensics
                              Dr. Jane Huffman
                              Northeast Wildlife DNA Laboratory

                              3) Bat Echolocation
                              Dr. Howard (Sandy) Whidden
                              Moore Biology, Rm. 110

                              4) Radiotracking Pennsylvania Black Bears
                              Dr. Jane Huffman
                              Moore Biology, Kurtz Lecture Hall, Rm. 122

     6:00 – 6:45              CPUB Business Meeting
                              Hoeffner Science & Technology Auditorium (rm. 117)

     7:00 – 9:00              Banquet and Awards
                              Stroudsmoor Country Inn


                       SUNDAY APRIL 18, 2010

                              Trip to Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
                              Leave from parking lot behind the Science and Technology
                              Center at 7:30 AM and return to ESU at 10:00 AM.
                              Transportation provided; limited to 11 participants.
                              Dr. Terry Master




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                         PLATFORM / POSTER PRESENTATIONS


Faculty, students, and their non-CPUB research associates are invited to present either a
platform talk or a poster presentation at the annual meeting. All sessions will be held in the
Hoeffner Science and Technology Center. For student presentations, we respectfully request
that the faculty member supervising the research register for the meeting, even if not
attending. This will help defray the cost of the meeting. Thank you!

Information regarding the specific time and place of your presentation will be in the meeting
proceedings which will accompany the registration packet you will receive at the meeting. It
will also be available on-line at the CPUB Web Site several days before the meeting.
 (http://academics.sru.edu/cpub/AnnMtg.htm)

Platform (oral) presentations will last a total of 14 minutes, including discussion. At 10
and 11 minutes, the moderator will remind the presenter of the time. At 12 minutes, the
presentation should end. The remainder of the time, up to 14 minutes, will be used for
questions. Your presentation will be assigned to one of the sessions listed in the enclosed
tentative program. As far as we are able, talks will be organized according to topic/subject.
Each room will be equipped with a PC computer, with Microsoft 2007 and digital projector
(for PowerPoint presentations). If you are a Mac user make sure that you save your material
in a PC format. Please bring your presentation on an USB drive. A laser pointer will be
provided. We will not accommodate individual laptops as an alternative. There will be an
opportunity to import and test your presentation during the registration period and it is
highly recommended that you take the opportunity to do so.

Poster presentations. Those presenting posters are expected to be stationed at their
poster during their assigned time. Plan your poster to accommodate a 4 x 4 foot area.
Poster board will be provided. Bring your own pins for mounting.

Be sure to read the abstract preparation instructions carefully and make a note of
the topical category in which you wish to have your presentation placed. Abstracts will
only be accepted in electronic form. Please see Abstract Preparation Guidelines for
instructions on abstract submittal.




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                           ABSTRACT PREPARATION GUIDELINES

We are attempting to provide you with as much time as possible to complete your research
and write the abstract. Please follow directions and meet the deadline to facilitate our
printing of the Proceedings.

1) The deadline for submission is Friday, April 2, 2010. Receipt of abstract will be
confirmed by an e-mail response.

2) All abstracts must be submitted as email attachments sent to twhitford@po-
box.esu.edu. Abstracts must be Microsoft Word documents with a .doc file extension. If
you are using the newest version of Word, i.e. creates .docx files, you will have to save it in
the older format.

3) The subject line of the email must be in the form: CPUB Abstract [FirstInitialLast
Name]. So, for example, if John Smith submits an abstract, he would attach it to an email
with subject line: CPUB Abstract JSmith

3) Please avoid the use of special characters or diacritical marks, if possible. The preferred
font is Times New Roman, 12 point.

4) Place an asterisk after the presenting author’s name in the abstract. One of the
authors should be a CPUB faculty member who has paid a registration fee.

5) If the study was supported by a CPUB grant, please indicate that.

6) Please keep the abstract below 350 words, including title, authors, and affiliations.

7) The email message to which your abstract is attached must contain the following.

   a) INDICATE IF YOU ARE AN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, GRADUATE STUDENT,
         OR FACULTY MEMBER.
   b) Indicate whether you are presenting a platform or poster presentation.
   c) Please provide the category for your presentation (cellular/molecular OR
         ecology/evolution/organismal).
   d) If you DO NOT want to have your presentation judged for an award, please
         indicate this.
   e) Provide the names of each of the authors on separate lines (for the index in
         the program).
   f) Provide the name(s) of the faculty member(s) supervising the research.

Abstracts should have the following format:
Swerdlow, S.J.*, J. Bisceglia, J.L. Schmidt, H.M. Ochs and D.M. Smith. 2005. Annexin I
changes location and is secreted from human HL-60 neutrophils after stimulation with
lipopolysaccharide or exposure to E. coli. Clarion University, Clarion, PA 16214.

Annexins are a family of Ca+-dependent phospholipid binding proteins that are ubiquitously
distributed across all phyla and all tissues examined to date and their exact role in cells still
remain a mystery. Previous work in our laboratory has shown that annexins…



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                 CPUB STUDENT PRESENTATIONS: JUDGING
                        CRITERIA AND RATIONALE


Presentations are judged on originality, scientific merit, experimental design, organization,
data interpretation, data analysis, presentation, graphics/data presentation, question
handling, and overall impression.


Up to two awards will be given per session, depending on the number of participants. If
there are four or more presenters, both awards will be made. However, if there are fewer
than four presenters, only one award will be given. With three or fewer presenters, the
results of the session may be combined with another similar session.


For additional information contact the CPUB Judging Coordinator:

Dr. Robert Maris at maris@mansfield.edu or (570)-662-4537




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                       CPUB OUTSTANDING STUDENT REQUIREMENTS


It is now time to begin the process of selecting which one of your students will become the
CPUB OUTSTANDING STUDENT 2009-10.                   As in past years, each department
determines the procedures and guidelines for the selection of their outstanding student.
The singular limitation is that only ONE student (graduate or undergraduate) can be
selected per institution or department. Once you have determined your student, please
follow the directions given below.

STUDENT BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

   1)   NAME (as it will appear on the certificate).
   2)   PROGRAM enrolled in at your University.
   3)   ACADEMIC and ANCILLARY activities which earned the award for the student.
   4)   OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION – emphasize academics and scholarships.
   5)   CAREER PLANS for the immediate future.

Please provide the information in THREE FORMS:

   1) As a narrative appropriate for printing on standard writing paper. Please write the
      narrative in a form which can be included in the Annual Meeting Proceedings – there
      will be no changes made to it. Consult programs from recent meetings for style.
   2) Name (as it will appear on the certificate). This will help expedite certificate
      lettering.
   3) In a form suitable for printing in a 3" x 5" box (key items from #1-5, above) –
      please be as brief as possible. This information will be used when introducing the
      student at the banquet.

SEND ALL OF THE ABOVE BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION in an MS Word document
sent as an E-MAIL ATTACHMENT to Dr. Maria Kitchens-Kintz, mkitchens@po-
box.esu.edu

The SUBJECT LINE of your email must be: CPUB Outstanding your school's initials.
For example, the subject line for the Slippery Rock's submission would be: CPUB
Outstanding SRU

Your prompt action on these requests is most appreciated.      The deadline for ALL
submissions is Friday, APRIL 2 2010.             Please comply so that your student's
achievements can be included in the meeting's proceedings.




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                                      Lodging Information

Hotel          Rate            Contact                  Directions and Information

Budget Inn     $88/night       55 – double, non-        The Budget Inn East Stroudsburg is located off I-
                               smoking rooms have       80, Exit 308. For a map access the following web
                               been blocked until       site: www.poconobudgetinn.com/directions.asp
                               April 2 at this rate.    A block of rooms, mostly with 2 beds, have been
                               Talk to Mandy:           reserved. If three wish to stay in a room, roll-a-
                               570-424-5451 or          ways are available. There are a few pet friendly
                               800-233-8144             rooms also available. This hotel is within a mile
                                                        of ESU's campus.

Super 8 Inn    $70/night       20 - double, non-        The Super 8 in East Stroudsburg is located at Exit
                               smoking rooms have       308 off I-80. Address: 340 Green Tree Dr
                               been blocked until       East Stroudsburg, PA 18301-3102 US This hotel
                               April 2 at this rate.    is also has pet friendly rooms available. This hotel
                               You should reserve       is within 1 mile of ESU's campus. For map
                               rooms from Super 8       directions access the following web site:
                               ASAP, between 7am        www.super8.com
                               and 3 pm and talk to
                               Ronda - 570-424-
                               7411

Stroudsmoor    $134-           Phone:                   This beautiful country in is located South of
Country Inn    320/night       570- 421-6431 or         Stroudsburg on Godfrey's Ridge. It will be the site
               with            1-800-955-8663           of the banquet. For those looking for an upscale
               breakfast                                experience, this Inn is delightful. Note: as this is
               included                                 the start of the bridal season, rooms are limited at
                                                        the Stroudsmoor, so book early if this is your
                                                        choice. For directions:
                                                        www.stroudsmoor.com/Directions.asp


Hampton Inn    $109/night, 2   call: 1-570-424-0400     The Hampton Inn is located on the banks of the
Stroudsburg/   adults, 2       ask for Jessica and      McMichaels Creek in downtown Stroudsburg at
Poconos        double beds     mention that this is     114 S. 8th Street. The room rate includes a
                               an ESU sponsored         complimentary hot breakfast and high speed
                               event to get the rate.   internet access. This hotel does not allow pets. For
                               Reservations should      more information
                               be made by April 1.      http://hamptoninn1.hilton.com/en_US/hp/index.do




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FACULTY REGISTRATION FORM: Deadline for Registration, Payment, & Abstracts is April 2, 2010

NAME_______________________________                      UNIVERSITY______________________________

MAILING ADDRESS______________________________________________________________

CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE__________________________________________________________

PHONE____________________ E-MAIL __________________________________________

WILL YOU BE SPONSORING ANY STUDENTS ON BEHALF OF YOUR SCHOOL? _______
IF YES, HOW MANY (8 MAX)? _____ (Sign each sponsored student’s registration form and submit registrations at the same time)


REGISTRATION FEE: $45.00                                                                            $ _______

BUFFET LUNCH: $11.00                                                                                $ _______
BUFFET BANQUET: $26.00

Please indicate your entree preference. Choose one.                                                 $ _______
Chicken ________          Beef _______ Vegetarian ______

TOTAL                                                                                               $ _______

MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:                                  CPUB
SEND FORMS AND CHECKS TO:                                Dr. Kathleen Brunkard
   Print clearly.                                        Attn: CPUB Meeting
  Confirmations will be sent by email.                   Department of Biological Sciences
  (questions? Call Dr. Brunkard, 570-422-3705)           Moore Hall
                                                         East Stroudsburg University
                                                         East Stroudsburg, PA 18301

Please indicate whether you will attend the events and workshops listed.

Friday Evening Social                                             ______ yes                   _____ no
Workshops (choose 1)
        Graduate School Success                                   _____ yes                    _____ no

         Wildlife DNA Forensics                                   _____ yes                    _____ no

         Bat Echolocation                                         _____ yes                    _____ no

         Where's Mama Bear?                                       _____ yes                    _____ no

         Sunday Excursion                                         _____ yes                    _____ no

Faculty volunteers are needed to judge student presentations. Please check the box next to the
general category of presentation you are willing to judge.

_____ cellular/molecular              _____ ecology/evolution/organismal _____ do not wish to judge



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STUDENT REGISTRATION FORM: Deadline for Registration, Payment, & Abstracts is April 2, 2010


NAME___________________________                     UNIVERSITY________________________              Print Clearly!
                                                                                                    Confirmation
MAILING ADDRESS_________________________________________________________                             will be made
                                                                                                      via e-mail.
CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE______________________________________________________    ANNU
PHONE_____________________ EMAIL__________________________________________       AL
                                                                               MEET
8 STUDENTS FROM EACH INSTITUTION RECEIVE FREE MEALS, IN ORDER TO RECEIVE A FREE MEAL,
YOUR REGISTRATION FORM MUST INCLUDE THE SIGNATURE OF THE CPUB DIRECTOR FOR YOUR
INSTITUTION. UNSIGNED FORMS SHOULD INCLUDE PAYMENT FOR MEALS.
                                                                                ING
                                                                                 OF
CPUB DIRECTOR NAME ________________________ SIGNATURE_________________________
                                                                               CPUB
IF NO SCHOOL SPONSOR, PLEASE PAY AMOUNTS BELOW:
                                                                                                     MARC
FREE REGISTRATION FOR STUDENTS:                                                         $ 0
                                                                                                      H 28-
BUFFET LUNCH: $11.00 (8 STUDENTS FREE**)                                                $ _______   29, 2008
BANQUET: $26.00 (8 STUDENTS FREE**)                                                                  SHIPP
                                                                                                    ENSBU
Please indicate your entree preference. Choose one.                                     $ _______
Chicken ________          Beef _______ Vegetarian ______                                               RG
                                                                                                    UNIVE
                                                                                                     RSITY
TOTAL                                                                                   $ _______

MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:                             CPUB
SEND FORMS AND CHECKS TO:                           Dr. Kathleen Brunkard
(question? Call Dr. Brunkard, 570-422-3705)         Attn: CPUB Meeting
                                                    Department of Biological Sciences
                                                    Moore Hall
                                                    East Stroudsburg University
                                                    East Stroudsburg, PA 18301

Please indicate whether you will attend the events and workshops listed.

Friday Evening Social                                       ______ yes            _____ no
Workshops (choose 1)
        Graduate School Success                             _____ yes             _____ no

         Wildlife DNA Forensics                             _____ yes             _____ no

         Bat Echolocation                                   _____ yes             _____ no

         Where's Mama Bear?                                 _____ yes             _____ no

         Sunday Excursion                                   _____ yes             _____ no


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