NACCB related news.
The NACCB 2022 Abstract and Bonus Proposal Submissions are now OPEN!
That’s right, we’re opening a bonus Call for Proposals for Workshops, Short courses, Symposia and Interactive sessions (plus a new Organized Networking Session!).
This new session gives you the opportunity to create a networking session open to all conference attendees! These sessions can be tailored to students, LGBTQA+ members, conservation disciplines, and endless other topics/target participants ⭐️
The submission deadline for both abstracts and proposals is February 4, 2022. If you didn’t get to submit a proposal in the Fall, you have another chance to do so this Winter.
We invite you to submit to share your ideas, research, and/or work!
You’ve got this 👏
Learn how to submit yours for NACCB 2022 here: http://ow.ly/FcBf50H8saO
Organized Networking Session Proposal information: http://ow.ly/z64150HaIAI
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 relate to the meeting theme, including and not limited to topics in indigenous-led conservation, early-mid career professional development, education, climate change, human dimensions of conservation, community science, policy, and diversity in conservation leadership.
The Scientific Program will take place July 18 – 20, 2022. Workshops & Short Courses will primarily take place July 16, 17, and 21, 2022, with limited availability for short lunchtime sessions during the Scientific Program.
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, but please check the conference website often at www.scbnacongress.org for the latest NACCB updates.
Student Travel Awards, competitive, due April 8, 2020
Chapter Travel Awards, details and deadline coming soon
Chapter Lodging Awards, details and deadline coming soon
Journalist Support, continuous until capacity filled
Financial Assistance Grant, first come, first serve for select priority categories, review begins April 8, 2020
- Sign up to volunteer at NACCB 2020 during registration (first come, first serve) and get a $75 reimbursement upon completion of 4 volunteer hours
The NACCB 2020 organizers and Society for Conservation Biology North America are closely monitoring the changing situation related to the spread of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. For now, NACCB 2020 is proceeding as planned. The health and welfare of NACCB attendees is our highest priority, and we will continue to monitor the situation, consult advice from public health authorities, and provide updates as necessary. All updates will be posted to the conference website and communicated to NACCB registrants.
We’re excited to announce that COMPASS will be providing travel fellowships for journalists from across North America to attend the North American Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) in Denver, Colorado, July 26-31.
The biennial conference brings together over 1,000 conservation scientists, professionals, and students to share the latest research, explore challenges, and foster collaborations. The conference theme for 2020 is Crossing Boundaries: Innovative Approaches To Conservation.
The application period closes March 16, 2020. Please see this blog post or this downloadable flyer for more details on how to apply, and please share broadly with your network! To learn more about past journalist fellowships, click here.