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Phipps Conservatory names new science-ed director

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Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Oakland has named Emily A. Kalnicky as its new director of science education and research.

Kalnicky will oversee all science-education programs and the Botany in Action program at Phipps, conduct research with universities and build programming inspired by other botanic gardens and learning venues.

Kalnicky has a Ph.D. in ecology from Utah State University and was most recently an adjunct instructor for Project Dragonfly at Miami University of Ohio. Her work has been published in journals including Forest Ecology and Management, the Journal of Zoo Biology and the Human Ecology Review.

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