Aerial View of Dionne Green

Papers Presented

“Biology of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus” Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Science. University of Colorado (1976).

“Foraging behavior of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus, in Colorado” – Illinois State Academy of Science. Illinois Benedictine College (1980).

“Nest architecture and population of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus, in Colorado” – Illinois State Academy of Science. Illinois Wesleyan University (1981).

“Biology of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus” – National Association of Biology Teachers Convention. Las Vegas (1981). “Development of an interim tropical biology course in the Virgin Islands” – Illinois State Academy of Science. Millikin University (1982). “Development of an interim tropical biology course in the Virgin Islands” – National Association of Biology Teachers Convention. Detroit (1982).

“Development of a cadaver dissection laboratory at a liberal arts college” – Illinois State Academy of Science. Western Illinois University (1983).

“The biology of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus, in Colorado” – Poster Session. American Association for the Advancement of Science. Detroit (1983). Conway --Page 9—

“Development of a cadaver dissection laboratory at a liberal arts college” – National Association of Biology Teachers Convention. Philadelphia (1983).

“Development of an interim marine biology and ecology course in the Hawaiian Islands” - Illinois State Academy of Science. Northern Illinois University (1984).

“A honey of an ant” – National Association of Biology Teachers Convention. Purdue University (1984).

“Using anomalies and pathologies to teach human anatomy and physiology and embryology” –National Association of Biology Teachers Convention. Orlando, Florida (1985).

“The biology of honey ants in Colorado, Arizona and Australia” – Pennsylvania Academy of Science. Champion, PA (1986). “The biology of honey ants in Colorado, Arizona and Australia” – AIBS. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (Aug. 1986).

“The honey ants of the Australian Outback” – Earthwatch Principal Investigators Conference. Watertown, MA (March 1987).

“The biology of the honey ants of North America” – American Entomological Society. Philadelphia, PA (April 1987).

“Honey ants, Aborigines and the Australian Outback” – Seminar – Department of Entomology & Applied Ecology. University of Delaware. Newark, Delaware. (October 1987).

“Honey ants of the western United States and central Australia” Second Annual Organismal Biology Symposium. Villanova University. Villanova, PA (April 1990). “An educational field experience-teaching tropical biology in Belize and Guatemala” – AIBS. San Antonio, TX (August 1991).

“Honey ants of the western United States and the Australian Outback” Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of American. Reno, Nevada (Dec. 1991).

“Honey ants” 63rd Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Conference of Entomologists. Woodland Park, Colorado (August 1992).

“The biology and Aboriginal use of the honeypot ants in Australia” and “Teaching biology at the United States Air Force Academy: Reflections of a Visiting Professor” - National Association of Biology Teachers Convention. Boston, MA (Nov. 1993).

“Field and laboratory study of the Colorado thatch mound ant, Formica obscuripes, in Colorado.” Sabalaske, T., Bridge, J., and J.R. Conway. Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science. Mt. Pocono, PA (April, 1994).

“Field experiments on the thatch mound ant, Formica obscuripes, at high altitude in Colorado.” Rohan, J. and J.R. Conway. Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science. White Haven, PA (April, 1995).

“Field study on the western thatching ant in Colorado.” Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. Las Vegas, Nevada (December, 1995).

Technology Fair on Web-Based Instruction. University of Scranton (March 2000)