Creating Effective Poster Presentations | The Authors
George Hess | Kathryn Tosney | Leon Liegel

An Effective Poster
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Photo of Hess George R. Hess

NCSU
Department of Forestry & Environmental Resources
Raleigh NC 27695-8002 USA

george_hess@ncsu.edu
www4.ncsu.edu/~grhess

Voice: 919.515.7437
Fax: 919.515.8149

My teaching mission is to excite students about the process of learning and figuring out things for themselves. Because doing is the key to learning, I strive constantly to incorporate active learning techniques. I use frequent in-class exercises, both individual and group, to gives students the opportunity to try new things.

My research mission is to improve continuously the breadth and quality of information about the conservation of biological diversity available to land use planners, natural resource managers, and other people whose activities shape our landscapes. I'm currently working on issues of conservation planning in suburbanizing landscapes, and particularly the question of why so little of the knowledge generated by conservation scientists is used as our suburbs continue to expand.


Photo of Tosney Kathryn W. Tosney

U. Miami
Department of Biology
1301 Memorial Drive
Coral Gables FL 33124-0421 USA

ktosney@miami.edu
http://www.bio.miami.edu/ktosney/

Voice: 305.284.3988
Fax: 305.284.3039


Photo of Liegel Leon H. Liegel

US Forest Service, retired
Oregon State University, retired


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