SCB North America’s Education Committee
SCBNA’s Education Committee serves the interests of educators, students, and members interested in advancing conservation science and practice through the development of education resources and professional development opportunities. Learn more about the Education Committee’s recent projects below!
- Workshop: Civic Engagement and Conservation Apps in the College Classroom
- Interactive Session: Experiential Conservation Education Discussion: Connecting the classroom to the wild (even if you can’t leave the room)
- Interactive Session: Case Studies for Teaching and Learning in Conservation: What Have We Learned and Where Can We Go Next?
- Event: Student-Professional Speed Networking (jointly-hosted with SCB’s Social Science Working Group & SCBNA’s Student Affairs Committee)
- Event: Conservation Careers Panel
- Financial Support: Student Travel Awards, 30 student supported (co-hosted with SCBNA’s Student Affairs Committee)
- Professional Development: Mentor Match (Meet-up & Matching) (co-hosted with SCBNA’s Student Affairs Committee)
- Professional Development: Student Presentation Awards (co-hosted with SCBNA’s Student Affairs Committee)
Congratulations to the 2018 winners!
Best Full Length Talk / Best Full Length Talk with Application: Kasmira Cokerill, Dalai Hanna
Best Speed Talk / Best Speed Talk with Application: Megan Jones / Courtney Larson
Best Poster / Best Poster with Conservation Application: Sebastian Thurs / Hanna Rosner-Katz
NACCB Educational Resources
- NACCB YouTube – View the 2016, 2018 and 2020 Plenary Sessions
- Interactive Session Reports & Engagement Opportunities – Get involved in ongoing initiatives developed at NACCB 2020!
- Increasing opportunities for students and educators at NACCB
- Strengthening the professional “pipeline” for students who want to work as conservation biologists
- Facilitating student travel, presentation awards, & other student activities at the congress
- Harnessing the combined energies of the North American chapters to work collaboratively on conservation challenges.
- Re-examining the published “Principles of Conservation Biology,” which has served as a curricular guide for those seeking to develop educational resources in our field
If you are interested in rolling up your sleeves and joining us in the work on any of these topics, please write to Jessica Pratt (firstname.lastname@example.org). New members of the committee are always welcome!