Call for Session Proposals and Poster Presentations Now Open
NCSE 2020 Annual Conference: Science in Environmental Decision-Making
January 6-9, 2020
Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C.
2019 Summer Member Meeting Registration Open
June 24 - 26, 2019
University of Arkansas
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NCSE Seeks Session Proposals for the 2020 Annual Conference
The Call for Session Proposals and Poster Presentations for the NCSE 2020 Annual Conference is now open. NCSE seeks proposals for sessions, workshops, flash talks, and poster presentations that align with the 2020 conference theme, Science in Environmental Decision-Making. This is an opportunity to share your research and experiences with colleagues who are actively working in the fields of sustainability, resilience, and education. The deadline to submit a proposal is July 12. Find out more about submitting a proposal.
Registration Now Open for NCSE 2019 Summer Member Meeting
Representatives from NCSE Member Institutions may now register for the 2019 Summer Member Meeting taking place at the University of Arkansas from June 24-26. During the Summer Member Meeting, NCSE Member Institutions connect to exchange knowledge and discuss ways in which environmental and sustainability education can improve the scientific basis of environmental decision-making. Attendees will hear from local thought leaders, participate in discussions on an array of topics, network with their peers, and learn about new opportunities through NCSE. Each Member Institution receives two complimentary registrations. Find out more and register today.
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