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Wednesday, 14 August 2019

EWC International Graduate Student Conference - February 13-15, 2020, Honolulu, Hawai‘i

The East-West Center invites graduate students from around the world to submit abstracts for the 19th International Graduate Student Conference (IGSC) on the Asia Pacific region, taking place in Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA from February 13-15, 2020. The Conference provides an opportunity to share interdisciplinary perspectives through presenting and attending panel presentations in a warm and supportive environment.

OCTOBER 15, 2019 11:59PM HST

The theme of this year's IGSC is Community Voices:  Bridging Borders. The conference encourages scholarly work on topics of concern to communities across the region, particularly of indigenous and marginalized communities.
The conference invites abstracts on a wide range of disciplines, and areas of focus may include, but are not limited to, community voices in the following areas:
  • Environment
  • Culture, Arts, and Education
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Politics, Economics, and Governance
  • Health and Science
Abstracts of up to 350 words are welcome for poster sessions and for traditional paper presentation formats. Authors can submit more than one abstract. A limited number of merit-based travel grants is also available.


Abstracts due by October 15, 2019

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Civic Ecology Lab Fall Courses: Intro to EE and Climate Change Communication

“Climate Change Science, Communication, and Action”
Cornell University online course
5 weeks (Sept 3 – Oct 15, 2019)
This course covers the basics of climate change, from science to action. We delve into the subtleties of climate change communication and explore climate action from the standpoint of policy and through the lens of growing climate social movements. Using Drawdown’s comprehensive list of climate change solutions, we help you focus on a climate action that you can achieve during the course, and then provide a framework to help you plan post-course climate engagement. Cost: $60.

“Introduction to Environmental Education”
Cornell University online course
5 weeks (Sept 3 – Oct 8, 2019)
Register now:
Intro to Environmental Education is the perfect course for anyone interested in starting a career in Environmental Education or improving their skillset. Participants will examine different education approaches and produce activity plans appropriate for your current or future educational programs. As usual, we expect to have hundreds of participants from dozens of countries, which provides a great opportunity for networking and social learning. Cost: $60.

Monday, 12 August 2019

Free Webinar on How to become a better Conference Presenter !

North American Association for Environmental Education has announced a free webinar on the topic - Be a Star Conference Presenter: Design a Session That Reflects How People Learn Best.

Time of Webinar: September 5, 2019 (3 to 4 pm Eastern Time)

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Apply to become a Teach for Nepal Fellow

What if your first job change the nation?

Teach for Nepal have been cooperating with participating schools for transformation of the schools and visible outcome through students' achievements. TFN basically recruits fresh graduates as trained and motivated teachers in such schools for the same.

If you believe that you should work for such noble reason, and you are the right candidate. please click here to follow towards the application.

European Commission Paid Traineeship 2020 (for all nationalities)

Workplace: Brussels or in other places within EU.
Living allowance: 1,196.84€ per month.
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