Organizing and Executing a Citizen Science Project - 9am

Oral Presentation

Prepared by M. Russell
US EPA - Office of the Science Advisor (Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health), 109 TW Alexander Drive (E243-05), Research Triangle Park, NC, 27711, United States

Contact Information:; 919-541-5544


The participation of the general public in the collection and analysis of data for scientific research purposes has increased in popularity and become more feasible with recent advancements in technology. We have divided the average citizen science project into 3 different stages: volunteer involvement, data collection, and community data analysis. During this 3-part panel discussion, we seek to provide the audience with advice on directing citizen science projects from experts with experience facilitating community engagement in scientific pursuits.

9 am - Volunteer Involvement - Mike Kautz, Adventurers & Scientists for Conservation

10 am - Data Collection - Nolan Doesken, Colorado State University

11am - Community Data Analysis - Luis Olmedo, Comité Civico Del Valle, Alliance Healthcare Foundation