Register Today for the NCSE 2020 Annual Conference
January 6–9, 2020
Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Consider Donating to the NCSE EnvironMentors Scholarship Fund This #GivingTuesday
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Read the latest NCSE Essay, "The RISE Network: Towards a New Framework for University Interventions in Disasters."
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Climate Science Research in the United States and U.S. Territories
NCSE has released a new report showing public universities are contributing significantly to America’s understanding of climate change. Learn more.
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Donate to the NCSE EnvironMentors Scholarship Fund This #GivingTuesday
EnvironMentors is a national college access program with a mission to mentor and motivate high school students from communities underrepresented in the sciences as they plan and conduct environmental research and acquire skills that will allow them to build careers and become more active stewards of their communities and the environment. The EnvironMentors Scholarship Fund helps students as they transition to college by providing funding for tuition, books, and other college expenses.
Climate Science Across America: Ten Thousand and Four University Studies Tell a Story
NCSE has released a new report showing public universities are contributing significantly to America’s understanding of climate change. NCSE analyzed the research of 80 public institutions from all 50 states and found that they had produced 10,004 studies on the impacts of climate change on their regions between 2014 and 2018. Learn more.
Advance Registration Discount Extended: Register Today for the NCSE 2020 Annual Conference and Winter Member Meeting
January 6–9, 2020, Washington, D.C.
Registration is now open for the NCSE 2020 Annual Conference, taking place January 6–9, 2020, in Washington, D.C. The 2020 Winter Member Meeting will take place on January 6, 2020. Engage with more than 800 leaders from the sciences, education, government, policy, business, and civil society to foster a dialogue across these sectors on the role of science in environmental decision-making. Attendees of both events will join meaningful conversations, network with peers, and make vital connections. The deadline to take advantage of advance registration discounted rates has been extended to December 13, 2019. Register today to save.
NCSE Member Institutions: Leaders in Science and the Environment Across Higher Education
Colleges and universities are preparing future leaders to address the global challenges facing society. NCSE Member Institutions are four- and two-year colleges and universities committed to ensuring that science is represented at the tables where decisions are made and to advancing environmental and sustainability education and training. Learn more and join today.
NCSE Member Institutions are four- and two-year colleges and universities that are committed to ensuring that science is represented at the tables where decisions are made and to advancing environmental and sustainability education and training.
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