Entries by Carlos Carroll

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Women in Conservation – Kelly Zenkewich

This March, to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, SCB North America is highlighting women in conservation who inspire us. Kelly Zenkewich is the Communications and Digital Engagement Manager at the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative. We asked her to share about her experience as a woman in conservation and who inspires her. Looking […]

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Women in Conservation – Dr. Alysha Cypher

This March, to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, SCB North America is highlighting women in conservation who inspire us. Today we’re talking with Dr. Alysha Cypher. We asked her to share a little about what she does, about her experience as a woman in conservation, and to name a woman who inspires […]

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Women in Conservation – In memoriam: Dr. Adrian Dahood-Fritz

This March, to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, SCB North America is highlighting women in conservation who inspire us. Today we are paying tribute to an early career scientist, Dr. Adrian Dahood-Frtiz, who passed away tragically in an accident in late 2019. Dr. Dahood-Fritz was a passionate advocate for science and conservation as well […]

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Emerging Opportunities in the Biden-/Harris Administration

Advancing Our Policy Declarations Looking forward, the Policy Committee is excited to further advance our Policy Declarations, including the 2020 declaration dedicated to Advancing Ecological Connectivity Implementation in the Rocky Mountains and North America and our 2018 declaration to Support Conserving and Recovering the Monarch Butterfly. The lengthy Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and […]

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Women in Conservation – Dr. Rachel Golden Kroner

This March, to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, SCB North America is highlighting women in conservation who inspire us. We asked Dr. Rachel Golden Kroner to share a little bit about her career, her experiences as a woman in conservation, and about women who inspire her. I am a conservation social scientist, […]

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Women in Conservation – Dr. Chelsie Romulo

This March, to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, SCB North America is highlighting women in conservation who inspire us. We asked Dr. Chelsie Romulo to share a little bit about her career and her experiences as a woman in conservation. Chelsie Romulo is a professor in Environmental and Sustainability Studies at the University of Northern Colorado. […]

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Women in Conservation – Dr. Sheila Colla

This March, to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, SCB North America is highlighting women in conservation who inspire us. We would like to introduce you first to Dr. Sheila Colla. Dr. Colla is an Assistant Professor, York Research Chair in Interdisciplinary Conservation Science, and Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change at York […]

SCBNA welcomes Megan Keville as our new Operations Director

Society for Conservation Biology North America is pleased to announce that Megan Keville of Missoula, Montana has been hired as the new SCBNA Operations Director. The SCBNA Operations Director, as SCBNA’s sole staffperson, works with the SCBNA board and volunteers to advance the scientific study and conservation of biological diversity, especially through our biennial NACCB […]

We’re hiring a SCBNA Director of Operations

SCBNA is hiring a Director of Operations (DO). This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to have impact in strengthening the community of conservation scientists and practitioners in North America. The DO manages the daily operation of the Society for Conservation Biology North America (SCBNA). The DO works with the SCBNA board and […]

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SCB North America Professional Development Survey

SCB North America Professional Development Survey Calling all SCB North America members! We seek your input about professional development activities you would like to see offered to our members. Please take the time to fill out this brief survey by November 15. Thank you for participating! *If you participated in the 2018 Members Meeting Professional […]