Botany 2006 - The Centennial CelebrationBotanical Society of America: Botanical Conference Information

Information for Teachers


We enthusiastically invite you to join us in learning new ways to bring the fun of scientific inquiry to your classroom

Increase your students’ interest in science through exploration of the beauty, diversity and intriguing biology of plants

Teachers will be eligible for
California Continuing Education Credits
for participating in
Forum activities, Scientific Fieldtrips & Workshops


For K-16 educators, the two day Forum will provide:
  • Innovative approaches to integrate plants into your curriculum
  • Opportunities to participate in the Scientific Inquiry through Plants (SIP) program
  • Specially designed teaching resources and ideas, including FREE classroom materials
  • Exploration of the Hands-on Science Lab
  • Stimulating Scientific Field Trips
  • A wide variety of FREE workshops
  • Engaging interactive sessions
  • Inspiring keynote lecture by Roger Hangarter, Biology Professor at Indiana University

    Communicating an Awareness of Plants Through Science and Art

    Creator of sLowlife, a traveling exhibit of live plants, time-lapse movies, and still images stimulating awareness of plants as living sensory organisms. The exhibit will travel though 2010. Current and future venues are: United States Botanic Garden (2006) and Chicago Botanic Garden (2007).

Questions About Botany Meetings should be directed to: BSA Meetings Manager:
Johanne Stogran
Botanical Society of America Meetings Office
2813 Blossom Ave
Columbus, OH 43231
Tele: (614) 899-9356 - Fax: (614) 895-7866 - E-mail:
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