Invited Workshops and Short Courses

The following workshops and short courses have been invited to participate in the 2022 NACCB Scientific Program. This list is subject to change pending decisions of organizers, and we expect more sessions to be added after the second Call for Session Proposals closes. Visit the Workshops and Short Courses Page to learn more about this session type.

Workshops and Short Courses
Workshop: Creating Virtual Nature Trails – Organizer(s): Janel Johnson, Nevada Division of Natural Heritage
Workshop: Interactive, reproducible, and accessible species distribution modeling for conservation with Wallace – Organizer(s): Jamie Kass, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University; Beth Gerstner, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University; Bethany Johnson, City College of New York; Samuel Chang, Pace University
Workshop: Introduction to Large-scale Bioacoustic Monitoring: From Deployment to Classification to Conservation – Organizer(s): Samuel Lapp, University of Pittsburgh; Justin Kitzes, University of Pittsburgh; Tessa Rhinehart, University of Pittsburgh; Lauren Chronister, University of Pittsburgh
Workshop: Towards conservation literacies: what resources are needed for pluralistic conservation teaching and learning? – Organizer(s): Ana Porzecanski, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History; Martha Groom, University of Washington; Jessica Pratt, University of California, Irvine
Workshop: Introduction to SyncroSim and ST-Sim – Organizer(s): Bronwyn Rayfield, Apex Resource Management Solutions
Workshop: Systems Thinking for conservation practitioners – Case-based introductory workshop on integrating systems approach to wicked problems in conservation – Organizer(s): Pricila Iranah, University of Nebraska Kearney; Melissa Wuellner, University of Nebraska – Kearney, Dept. of Biology; Daniel Uden, University of Nebraska Lincoln
Short Course: Introductory Training in the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation – Organizer(s): James Goetz, Cornell University Department of Natural Resources; Andrew Bridges, Institute for Wildlife Studies; Quinn Shurtliff, Veolia Nuclear Solutions
Short Course: Community and Citizen Science – A primer for researchers – Organizer(s): Ryan Meyer, UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science; Todd Harwell, UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science; Laci Gerhart-Barley, UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science; Heidi Ballard, UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science