[CRYOLIST] Outreach in the North by Early Career Researchers (ArcticNet)
s.dufour.beausejour at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 08:38:54 PDT 2018
We are inviting fellow graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, new Principal Investigators, and Northerners to the ArcticNet 2018 meeting to come and share their best practices, success stories and challenges on science education, outreach and communication. Many young researchers dedicate time in our northern research to do community presentations, classroom visits, science camps, to share research through art or to other community engagement activities. Northerners are also involved in science outreach activities as teachers, guides or community members. Such initiatives can lead to positive exchanges of scientific and local indigenous knowledge, as well as contribute to growing capacity and developing trust between researchers and Northern community members.
Who - Early-career researchers and Northerners
What - Call for abstracts in Topical Session KM08. Science Education, Outreach and Communication in the North by Early Career Researchers (ECRs): Success Stories and Challenges
When - Abstract submission deadline is September 7th 2018, ArcticNet 2018 will be from December 10th to 14th in Ottawa
Where - http://www.arcticnetmeetings.ca/asm2018/pages/topical-sessions.php <http://www.arcticnetmeetings.ca/asm2018/pages/topical-sessions.php> (topical session description) and http://www.arcticnetmeetings.ca/asm2018/pages/abstracts.php <http://www.arcticnetmeetings.ca/asm2018/pages/abstracts.php> (abstract submission)
Hesitating? Please email one of the co-chairs
Catherine Girard <catherine.girard.15 at ulaval.ca <mailto:catherine.girard.15 at ulaval.ca>>
Gwyneth Anne Macmillan <gwyneth.anne.macmillan at umontreal.ca <mailto:gwyneth.anne.macmillan at umontreal.ca>>
Sophie Dufour-Beausejour <Sophie.Dufour-Beausejour at ete.inrs.ca <mailto:Sophie.Dufour-Beausejour at ete.inrs.ca>>
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