Entries by Megan Keville

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SCBNA Statement on US Capitol Insurrection and Institutionalized Racism in the United States

The North America Society for Conservation Biology is appalled by the invasion of the Capitol building by white nationalists. We are equally appalled by the clear difference in police response in which white supremacists violently breaking into federal buildings are met with very little resistance and people of color protesting peacefully or simply walking in […]


2021 Student Affairs Webinar Series – Non-Traditional Careers in Academia

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 first webinar in the monthly series is: Non-Traditional Careers in Academia Wednesday, Jan 27 12-1pm PT | 3-4pm ET Not all academic careers in ecology and conservation […]

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SCB North America is Hiring a Communications Intern!

*As of 12/17/20, SCBNA has completed review of applications and is no longer accepting applications for this position. Thank you to everyone who submitted applications! The SCBNA board and staff are pleased to offer a remote, part-time, 6-month paid communications internship with our Communications Committee. The aim of this position is to increase SCBNA’s capacity […]


SCBNA and ASM release comment letter on management of the endangered Mexican wolf

On June 12, The Society for Conservation Biology North America submitted a joint comment letter with the American Society of Mammologists (ASM) to the US Fish and Wildlife Service as that agency prepares court-ordered revisions to its rule governing management of the endangered Mexican wolf (Canis lupus baileyi), which occurs in northern Mexico and the […]

Announcing New Members for SCB North America Board

To those of you who voted in the SCB North America election – thank you! The votes are in, and we are excited to announce the following new members of the SCB North America Board, with terms beginning 1 July 2020: Treasurer: Rebecca Hufft, Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver, CO Dr. Hufft is the Associate Director […]

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NACCB 2020 Registration is Now Open

NACCB Registration now open Registration is now open for NACCB 2020, July 26-31, 2020 at the Sheraton Denver Downtown in Denver, Colorado. In addition to registering for the conference, you’ll be able to register for an amazing selection of workshops & short courses, events, field trips, and more! See a sampling of  NACCB offerings below, […]