Interested in citizen science and how it is being used across disciplines, geographic boundaries, and scientific fields?
Want to see the latest research, projects, trends, and experiments in citizen science?
Join leading educators, researchers, community organizations, and others interested in citizen science at CitSci2017, May 17-20th in St. Paul, Minnesota, for four days offering:
- 440 presentations- technical talks, symposia, and posters
- A Project Slam competition
- Create Together Day- an expert-led Hackathon to enhance citizen science ideas and tools
- A Night in the Cloud evening event featuring segments from the new PBS documentary series The Crowd and The Cloud
- Opening reception at the Science Museum of Minnesota
- Full day of workshops
- Field trips, a Bioblitz, and a public Festival
Our conferences give attendees the opportunity to access new resources and build connections that take their citizen science work to the next level. When asked what they love about our conferences, people say:
“I've been networking with new people thanks to the meeting, which has resulted in my being included as a collaborator on some new grants and has improved my access to resources that others have developed. The networking opportunities afforded by the meeting were truly excellent.”
“Becoming aware of the depth and breadth of citizen science across the many disciplines of science, from neurons to great-blue herons, from microbes to whales. Until you literally “meet” the people doing this work, it is easy to take it for granted or underestimate it.”
Visit www.citizenscience.org/citsci2017<http://www.citizenscience.org/citsci2017> for more information and to register. Sponsor and exhibit opportunities are also available, contact firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>.
Connect and share before the event: We Tweet @CitSciAssoc about #CitSci2017