Schmitt Lavin, E., K. Donovan, C. Hughes, and D. Boruch. April 3, 2014. Invited Session Presenter. “Second-Grade Science Collaborations: Exploring States of Matter, Forces, Motion, and Energy.” National Science Teachers Association. Boston National Conference.
Schmitt, E. June 20, 2013. Invited Workshop Presenter, “Academic Instruction for Students with ASD: Teaching and adapting core academic content in science and math”. UM-NSU Center for Autism and Related Disorders. Workshop for Miami-Dade Teachers. Coral Gables High School, Coral Gables, FL.
Schmitt, E. April 2013. Presentation of a special Two-Part Seminar Series: Examining genomics and your health. Part 1: Your genome and your health. Part 2: Genomics of your microbiome and your health. Life Long Learning Institute, Nova Southeastern University.
Schmitt, E., March 22, 2013. TEDxNSU: “Lighting the Bulb: Sharing Your Profession and Passion with the Community”. Viewable online at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgtj3Ue3uDY
Schmitt, E. April 8, 2013. “Service Learning in Biology I and II: Effects on College Student Engagement and Accomplishment”. Faculty Symposium, Nova Southeastern University, College of Arts and Sciences.
Schmitt, E. April 13, 2012. Reflections on Research. Keynote Address for the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium. Nova Southeastern University.
Jaffe, M., E. Schmitt, and T.A. Silver. April 9. 2012. FCAS Pilot Program: Beyond the classroom with three approaches incorporating service learning into undergraduate courses. Faculty Symposium, Nova Southeastern University. College of Arts and Sciences.
Schmitt, E. July 2011. Biomedical Thrillers: Fiction based in fact, or just fiction? Life Long Learning Institute, Nova Southeastern University.
Schmitt, E. April 2011. Why are you a biologist?: Role of societies (Tri-Beta) in professional development, Annual Tri-Beta Rho Rho Chapter Induction Ceremony Address, Nova Southeastern University.
Schmitt, E. May 25, 2010. Faculty presenter at the NSU Lifelong Learning Institute, “Documenting lineages from my ‘littlest ancestor’ to my deep ancestral roots”.
Schmitt, E. and Jim Doan. November 2010. Three-Part Seminar/Workshop Series: Using genetics and genealogy tools to create your own family history project. Life Long Learning Institute, Nova Southeastern University.
Schmitt, E. December 2010. Highlights of research in genetics and genealogy. The General Society of Mayflower Descendants, John Alden Colony. Ft. Lauderdale Yacht Club.
Schmitt, E. June 2008 and 2009. Genomics Research at NSU. College Summit Program at Nova Southeastern University.
Schmitt, E. May 20, 2008. Deep Indexing: A New Approach to Searching Scholarly Literature. Webcast (Approx. 300 registrants) sponsored by Library Journal and Proquest. Presented “High level undergraduate research in the biological sciences”.
Schmitt, E. September 2008. Diaper Science. Presentation to pre-school children at the Mailman-Segal Institute, Nova Southeastern University. Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Schmitt, E. June 2007. International Biodiversity Conference. “Investigating subspecies identity for Sasha, a panther living at San Martin Zoological Gardens in Baños, Ecuador”.
Schmitt, E. October 2007. “Documenting lineages from my littlest descendant to my deep ancestral roots" given to the Genealogical Society of Broward County.
Schmitt, E. September 2006. Finding your identity. Convocation Address. Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, Nova Southeastern University.
Schmitt, E.F. 1996. Reef Fish Survey Project. for the South Florida Ecosystem Monitoring Integration Project Workshop I: held at Historic Pigeon Key, Marathon, Florida.
Schmitt, E.F. 1994. The roving diver technique - REEF survey method. The Nature Conservancy Home Office, in Arlington, Virginia.