Timothy J. Baroni, Biological Sciences Department, was invited to lecture and help with mushroom identifications at the Northeast Mycological Foray (NEMF) held in July at Fitchburg State University in Massachusetts. The annual NEMF meeting drew 250 participants. Baroni’s talk, “Mushrooms with “Pink” Colored Spore Deposits Found in the Northeast,” addressed the diversity and taxonomy of pink-spored mushrooms. Also, Baroni was invited to present the keynote lecture at the 2016 Bill Russell Foray in August, held by the Central Pennsylvania Mycological Club at the Sieg Research Center at Lock Haven University (Pa). He presented “Exploring for Biodiversity of Neotropical Macrofungi: A Glimpse into the Adventures of a Mycologist” to the 50 participants, which included biologists from nearby Pennsylvania State University.