September/October 2018 newsletter

September/October 2018 newsletter

Our latest newsletter is out! Check it out for an update about ESA 2018 and 2019 annual meetings, the most recent posts in our MySciComm, Lit Review, and Resource of the Week series, and more. And, click here to subscribe directly. — Here’s more information about the difference between our newsletters and our blog publications.

Resource of the Week: Targeting messages for your conference audience

Resource of the Week: Targeting messages for your conference audience

Image: screenshot from the article Looking ahead to #ESA2018, we thought this resource might be handy! From the article: “…whether you have a town meeting, a public talk, or an upcoming event […] you still don’t have to default to the ‘general public!’ What do you know about the kind of audience the organizers are tryingRead more about Resource of the Week: Targeting messages for your conference audience[…]

Resource of the Week: Elita Baldridge with Tips for Enhancing Inclusiveness in Your Science Presentations

Resource of the Week: Elita Baldridge with Tips for Enhancing Inclusiveness in Your Science Presentations

In anticipation of #ESA2018, we’re sharing a guest post from Dr. Elita Baldrige, co-founder of the ESA Inclusive Ecology Section, which she published with us back in July 2018.   Part of being an effective science communicator is making certain that all of your audience is able to interact with your message. ~Dr. E. BaldridgeRead more about Resource of the Week: Elita Baldridge with Tips for Enhancing Inclusiveness in Your Science Presentations[…]

Introducing the 2018-2019 C&E Chairperson-Elect

Introducing the 2018-2019 C&E Chairperson-Elect

The results are in, and Dr. Kirsten Schwarz will assume the chairperson-elect position after #ESA2018. Meet Kirsten: We are excited to keep up the Section momentum with Kirsten! She directs the Ecological Stewardship Institute at Northern Kentucky University. She is an urban ecologist who uses a transdisciplinary systems approach to understand how landscape patterns affectRead more about Introducing the 2018-2019 C&E Chairperson-Elect[…]

#ESA2018: Mentoring Opportunities & Travel Awards

#ESA2018: Mentoring Opportunities & Travel Awards

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Looking forward to ESA 2018, there are two mentoring opportunities, as well as a travel award! Note that the travel award for those looking for support for invited speakers (not for your own individual travel). Read on for details about:

  1. SEEDS program seeks mentors (commitment just during #ESA2018)
  2. Early Career mentorship program seeks mentors (during #ESA2018)
  3. New travel award: Annual Meeting Diversity and Inclusion Travel Award

Read more about #ESA2018: Mentoring Opportunities & Travel Awards