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Feb 26 / BARD CEP

American Museum of Natural History Student Conference on Conservation Science

The American Museum of Natural History
invites you to participate in the fifth annual Student Conference on 
Conservation Science-New York (SCCS-NY) 
on October 15-17, 2014.
The Student Conference on Conservation Science was created in 2000
by the University of Cambridge, and is held annually in Cambridge, New York, Bangalore, and Brisbane.
The 2014 SCCS-NY
is hosted by the
Center for Biodiversity and Conservation
at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH)
and partners.
Visit the SCCS-NY
2014 website and
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Who Should Attend?
If you are a graduate student, post-doctoral fellow, or early career professional pursuing or considering a future in conservation science, you won’t want to miss SCCS-NY 2014!  Whatever your focus – biology, sociology, ecology, economics, resource management – if it has a relevance to conservation we want to hear your perspective!


*Professors and professionals: please spread the word among your students and colleagues!
Why Attend…
Join fellow conservation students and professionals from around the world to network and exchange ideas, and receive feedback from leaders in science, policy, academia, and management at one of the world’s preeminent scientific and cultural institutions.
Applications for Talks, Speed Talks, and Posters accepted between

March 3 and April 4
A limited number of Talks, Speed Talks, and Posters will be accepted.  Presenters must submit an abstract on a research
project they have completed or are conducting in any conservation-related field within the natural sciences, social sciences, or humanities.  Selection will be based on application quality and relevance to conservation.
Visit the SCCS-NY website for more information on how to apply!
We hope to see you in October!
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