Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and early-career professionals interested in conservation science are encouraged to present their work at the Student Conference on Conservation Science-New York at the American Museum of Natural History from October 10 to 12.
The deadline to submit an abstract for a talk, speed talk or poster is Monday, April 2. A $100 registration fee includes admission to three days of presentations, workshops, a poster session and reception, a resource fair, special events, daily lunches, morning and afternoon refreshments and access to exhibitions. Non-presenters may apply through the summer, but seating is limited. Undergraduates conducting thesis-level research may also apply.
For more information, visit the http://symposia.cbc.amnh.org/sccsny/2012
The conference is sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, and collaborating institutions include the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Cambridge University and Princeton University.