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Curated science resources created by and for scientists, educators, and outreach professionals

DATA FOR THE PEOPLE: SOCIAL BEHAVIOR

After 18+ months of the COVID-19 pandemic, our entire world had to alter our own social behavior to reduce the spread of disease and has caused many to re-evaluate the importance of our social connections. During this series we will wonder “What does it mean to be social?”, “What animals are capable of social behavior?”, and most importantly, “What can we learn from animals about social behavior?”

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SPOTLIGHT

Lizzie Krisch Lizzie Krisch avatar

Lizzie loves sharing her penchant for science engagement through different forums, including teaching, research, writing and social media.
RockEDU Program Coordinator
The Rockefeller University

Jeanne Garbarino Jeanne Garbarino avatar

Jeanne was once rescued by the FDNY after getting her head stuck in a fence. She then grew up to become a biochemist.
Director of RockEDU Science Outreach
The Rockefeller University
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