Whitney SIp 'N Science Free Webinar Oct. 8 Brenda Cannaliato | Whitney Animal Meet and Greet
Published: Thursday, October 1, 2020
JOIN US VIRTUALLY AS WHITNEY LABORATORY SCIENTISTS AND EDUCATORS SHARE OUR RESEARCH AND ANIMALS!
We miss all of you and as we prepare to be able to deliver our lifelong learning safely at Whitney's Lohman Auditorium, we have launched a short science series virtually to join together!
Please join us for Sip 'N Science - until we can get back together again!
October 8 - Brenda Cannaliato | Whitney Anmal Meet and Greet
Join us for Whitney Animal Meet and Greet at our next Sip 'N Science! We will be live sharing creatures from our lab's backyard, the Matanzas River Basin. We will learn about mollusks, starfish and anemones found in our local environment here in Northeast Florida. This is an interactive webinar where we will answer your questions live about the marine animals that we share with over 5,000 youth in our education program each year. Brenda Cannaliato will be presenting to you some of our most loved animals in our program.
Drink Recipe - Make Your Own Fall Party Punch!
3 cups apple cider
3 cups pineapple juice
3 cups ginger ale
apple slices for garnish if desired
Mix all ingredients together and stir well. Mixture will settle and will need to be stirred before serving. Chill and garnish with fresh apple slices.
Recipe Source: https://www.missinthekitchen.com/easy-fall-party-punch/
Brenda Cannaliato received her B.S in Marine Biology from University of West Florida. She grew up in the valleys and mountains in the Oklahoma and Arkansas regions hunting and fishing. After discovering a love for all things marine and earning her degree, Brenda moved with her family to the east coast of Florida where she joined as Education Coordinator for the Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience.
During the last 12 years her role has transformed into the Education Program Manager encompassing the direction, expansion, and daily operations of UF Whitney Laboratory’s informal STEM programs, including teaching in K-12 and providing NSF funded Research Education Undergraduate summer internship program support and coordination. Her main goal is to provide quality STEM programs for K-Adults, and help young students understand that science can be fun, not scary.