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Research within Reach
NC State News, 7 June 2017
Science Storytelling Event in Kinston
Downeast Journal (Public Radio East), 14 April 2017 — Dr. Holly’s interview begins at 18:20
Compete And Win Prizes By Capturing Wildlife (With Your Phone)
NC State News, 30 March 2017
Science Goes Public
Periodic Tables Science Cafe, Durham, NC, 10 January 2017
Periodic Tables Event Brings the Lab to Light
State of Things (WUNC Public Radio), 5 Jan 2017
What’s Lurking in Your Showerhead
The New Yorker, 16 December 2016
Re-imagining the Brickyard: Replacing Harrelson Hall
NC State Technician, 22 September 2016
It’s Time to Go Public: Make Your Science Matter through Public Engagement
Keynote Lecture, Graduate Women in Science National Conference, 25 June 2016
Women inspire students at Durham’s Science and Math to ‘lean in’
Raleigh News & Observer, 1 May 2016
From the Belly Button to the Brickyard: Adventures in Public Science
Sigma Xi Pizza Lunch, 29 March 2016
Public Science
Radio In Vivo (WCOM FM), 13 January 2016
The Strange Truth (Episodes 1 & 2)
National Geographic Channel, Originally Aired 10 January 2016
Our Dust, Ourselves
The New Yorker, 4 November 2015
Citizen Science Effort Highlights How Little We Know About Invisible Life in Our Own Homes
NC State News, 26 August 2015
Dino-Mite: Adventures in Public Science
Science Cafe, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, 26 March 2015
Big but beneficial: Specific cricket widespread in Raleigh homes
WRAL, 9 September 2014
Asian Camel Crickets are Displacing Natives in U.S. Homes
Entomology Today, 2 September 2014
Climate at Hyper-Local Scales: Engaging the Public to Study the Ecology of Our Homes and Bodies
Invited talk to Science Boot Camp Southeast for Science Librarians, 18 July 2014
This is your science
NC State College of Sciences Magazine, 11 July 2014
NC State researchers enlist the help of citizen scientists
Raleigh News & Observer, 11 July 2014
From the Amazon to the Belly Button: How I ended up studying (& talking about) biodiversity in curious places
North Carolina Governor’s School West, Salem College, 3 July 2014
These mites live on your face and come out to have sex at night, 11 June 2014
The Biodiversity in Our Daily Lives: Partnering With the Public to Study the Species Living on Us, in Us, and Around Us
Hauber Chair of Biology Lecture, St. Ambrose University, 12 February 2014
Newest house pest? The camel cricket
vetSTREET, 5 November 2013
Science fair entries that look beyond the baking soda volcano
WUNC, 22 July 2013
Science needs your dead cicadas
The Atlantic CityLab, 3 June 2013
Scientist: Cicadas can mate first before being studied
Greensboro News & Record, 10 June 2013
GET Conference — Wild Life of Our Homes
Video presentation, 26 April 2013
Find biodiversity in your backyard
Raleigh News & Observer, 13 January 2013
Wild Ideas Podcast
Podcast from the Wildnerness Center, 24 May 2012 — Dr. Holly’s interview begins at 18:50
CITIZEN SCIENCE: Orwellian Plot or Awesome Way to Help with Research?
Carolina Science Café (with Dr. Andrea Lucky), 5 April 2012
Citizen science with Dr. Holly Menninger
WKNC’s Mystery Roach, 24 March 2012
Monster bug cakes
Cornell Chronicle: The essentials blog, 6 January 2011
Holly Menninger on Food Network’s Monster Bugs
Entomological Society of America eNews, 6 January 2011
Creepy crawlies and bad news bugs: invasive species in New York
Science Cabaret on Air, 6 December 2009
Snakehead fish, emerald ash borer, chronic wasting disease, oh my! Holly Menninger, coordinator of the New York Invasive Species Research Institute describes some of the most worrisome invasive species making their way across New York State now, and what we can do to help slow their spread — and save our fragile ecosystems too.
New Cornell institute focuses on invasive species
Cornell Chronicle, 7 August 2008
CNN’s American Morning – Battling summer’s mosquitoes successfully
4 July 2006
CNN’s American Morning – Summer insect forecast
30 May 2005
CNN’s American Morning – What mosquito repellants are most effective?
29 April 2005
The Biologist and the Buzz
Chronicle of Higher Education, 11 June 2004
CNN’s American Morning – Why are some people more susceptible to mosquitoes than others?
1 June 2004
CNN’s American Morning – Periodical cicadas
21 May 2004