Entries by Megan Keville

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SCB North America Board Special Election

The North America Section of the Society for Conservation Biology is excited to announce the start of its 2022 Board Special Election for the President Elect position! The election ballot will close on Monday, November 7th. The President Elect position is a critical role on the SCBNA Board, as the first in the ‘President-series’ – […]

2022 SCB North America Board Election

The North America Section of the Society for Conservation Biology is excited to announce the start of its 2022 Board Election! The election will open on May 4th and end on Monday, June 6th. SCB North America Section members will vote to fill five seats on the Board: Equity, Inclusion, and Equity Officer; Vice President […]

Webinar Recording Now Available – Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Conservation Practice & Research- 2021 SCBNA Student Affairs Webinar Series

The webinar recording for the sixth in the 2021 SCBNA Student Affairs Webinar Series is now available on the SCB North America YouTube Page. In the sixth installment of the SCBNA 2021 Student Affairs Webinar Series, panelists discussed the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in conservation practice and research. We are grateful to the […]

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NACCB 2022 Call for Proposals is Now Open!

Call for Proposals Is Now Open – Deadline November 5, 2021 Organize your own session for NACCB 2022, taking place July 16-21 at the Silver Legacy in downtown Reno, Nevada. View criteria and instructions for submitting your workshop, short course, symposium, or interactive session proposal at https://scbnorthamerica.org/index.php/2022-call-for-proposals/. We welcome session proposals of all types that […]

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Webinar Recording Now Available – Conservation and Social Science: Harnessing Interdisciplinary Methods for Complex Issues – 2021 SCBNA Student Affairs Webinar Series

The webinar recording for the fifth in the 2021 SCBNA Student Affairs Webinar Series is now available on the SCB North America YouTube Page. Incorporating social science into practice and research is vital for improving conservation outcomes. In the fifth installment of the SCBNA 2021 Student Affairs Webinar Series, panelists discussed the intersection of conservation […]

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Webinar Recording Now Available -Multiple Ways of Knowing in Ecology and Conservation – 2021 Student Affairs Webinar Series

The webinar recording for the fourth in the 2021 SCBNA Student Affairs Webinar Series is now available on the SCB North America YouTube Page. Ecosystems have been occupied, managed, & conserved since time immemorial. Pairing Indigenous Knowledge with western science, each with their own integrity, can allow for a more comprehensive view of ecosystem changes […]

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2021 Student Affairs Webinar – Conservation and Social Science: Harnessing Interdisciplinary Methods for Complex Issues

2021 Student Affairs Webinar SeriesSCB North America’s Student Affairs Committee is hosting a 2021 webinar series on topics of interest to conservation students, early-career professionals, and others! The fifth webinar in the monthly series is: Conservation and Social Science: Harnessing Interdisciplinary Methods for Complex Issues Wednesday, May 26 12-1:00pm PT | 3-4:00pm ET Incorporating social […]

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2021 Student Affairs Webinar Series – Multiple Ways of Knowing in Conservation and Ecology

2021 Student Affairs Webinar SeriesSCB North America’s Student Affairs Committee is hosting a 2021 webinar series on topics of interest to conservation students, early-career professionals, and others! The fourth webinar in the monthly series is: Multiple Ways of Knowing in Conservation and Ecology Thursday, May 13 12-1:30pm PT | 3-4:30pm ET Ecosystems have been occupied, […]