Forests + Climate Learning Exchange Series

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The 2022-2023 Forests + Climate Learning Exchange Series (LES), co-hosted by the Forest Carbon and Climate Program (FCCP) and the Society of American Foresters (SAF), invites academics, practitioners, policymakers, and other experts to present innovative and important research, projects, and strategies relating to forest carbon. The series aims to develop and expand forest stakeholder knowledge and perspectives on forest carbon science, management, and strategy.

The events take place the first Wednesday of each month at 3 pm Eastern. Recordings will be posted below following the event.

Related upcoming events

  • 04/15/2024 12:00 PM - 04/15/2024 1:00 PM

    Tati Micheletti (Technische Universität Dresden) will present on the SpaDES R package for developing and running Spatial Discrete Event Simulation models

  • 05/01/2024 12:17 PM - 05/01/2024 12:17 PM

    Empower yourself and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to secure your desired academic positions. This comprehensive webinar series, consisting of 7 sessions split between May and October, will explore every aspect of academic career development.

    2 options:

    • register for individual sessions

    OR

    • register for all 7 for a discounted price
  • 05/01/2024 2:00 PM - 05/01/2024 3:15 PM

    The first webinar of the “From Application to Negotiation: Your Roadmap to Landing Academic Positions” webinar series is designed to provide practical experience in composing essential documents for academic applications. Participants will learn to articulate their expertise and achievements effectively in writing, understand the implicit expectations in academia, and develop a robust outline for a research statement

    Who is this for?: The primary audience includes students and early-career researchers interested in working at academic institutions. This series could also be very useful to current faculty (mid-career or senior) who advise students on building application materials.
    Career Level: Useful to all career levels, but most applicable to recent graduates and early-career.
    Prerequisite Education or Experience: None, but participants should have an updated CV to reference.

    May 1, 2024 2:00 – 3:15 PM ET

  • 05/06/2024 12:00 PM - 05/06/2024 1:00 PM

    Daniel Reuman (University of Kansas) will present on the wsyn R package - Wavelet approaches to Studies of Synchrony in Ecology

  • 05/08/2024 2:00 PM - 05/08/2024 3:15 PM

    This second webinar of the “From Application to Negotiation: Your Roadmap to Landing Academic Positions” webinar series is designed for a practical experience in writing essential documents for academic applications, particularly focusing on teaching statements. Participants will learn to effectively communicate their expertise and accomplishments in writing, understand the unspoken norms of academia, and depart with a solid outline for a teaching statement.

    Who is this for?: The primary audience includes students and early-career researchers interested in working at academic institutions. This series could also be very useful to current faculty (mid-career or senior) who advise students on building application materials.
    Career Level: Useful to all career levels, but most applicable to recent graduates and early-career.
    Prerequisite Education or Experience: None, but participants should have an updated CV to reference
    May 8, 2024 2:00 – 3:15 PM ET

  • 05/22/2024 2:00 PM - 05/22/2024 3:15 PM

    This third webinar of the “From Application to Negotiation: Your Roadmap to Landing Academic Positions” webinar series aims to provide practical experience in crafting essential documents for academic applications, specifically focusing on DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) statements. Participants will learn to effectively showcase their expertise and achievements in writing, understand the implicit norms of academia, and depart with a solid outline for a DEI statement.

    Who is this for?: The primary audience includes students and early-career researchers interested in working at academic institutions. This series could also be very useful to current faculty (mid-career or senior) who advise students on building application materials.
    Career Level: Useful to all career levels, but most applicable to recent graduates and early-career.
    Prerequisite Education or Experience: None, but participants should have an updated CV to reference
    May 22, 2024 2:00 – 3:15 PM ET

  • 07/21/2024 All day

    Open registration

    • Registration remains open through July 21, 2024 unless otherwise posted.
    • $34 for SAF Members
    • $54 for Non-members

     

    Course start date

    • Course content will be accessible starting July 21, 2023.
  • 07/25/2024 All day

    Registration remains open through July 25, 2024 unless otherwise posted.

  • 12/31/2024 All day

    Course start date

    Get started immediately! Course content will be accessible upon enrollment.

    Registration period

    Registration for this virtual workshop series will remain open through December 31, 2024 at 11:55 pm ET.