The Pedagogical Pursuit of Environmental “Truth”: Mobilizing our collective expertise


11th Annual Conference of the Environmental Consortium

November 8, 2014 | Russell Sage College, Troy, NY

Posters

CALL FOR POSTERS

The Environmental Consortium of Colleges & Universities invites poster abstracts from all disciplines to be shared at its 11th Annual Conference, taking place on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at Russell Sage College in Troy, New York. 

This is a great opportunity for networking with colleagues and students from multiple disciplines and forging new paths of collaboration in pedagogy, as well as, environmental research and problem solving.

Poster Registration Form

Poster registration deadline is Friday, October 31, 2014.

“Posters” may take the form of traditional research posters, multimedia presentations, or other types of self-contained presentations.

Posters must relate to environmental topics in the Hudson-Mohawk River Watershed or address the mission of the Environmental Consortium.   Poster topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Innovative courses and teaching methods.
  • Faculty and Faculty/Student research.
  • Student summer experiences, theses, or other research or projects.  
  • Collaborative projects or research involving multiple disciplines, communities, or other groups.

The poster session will be held on Saturday, November 8, 2014. Posters should be self-explanatory; however, presenters are asked to remain at their posters for the duration of the session to interact with other conference attendees and answer questions.

Presenters of accepted posters must also register for the conference.

While we do not require that you be an individual member of the Environmental Consortium in order to submit a poster, we strongly urge you to consider becoming a member.  There is no fee to join.

Students may prefer to join the student listerv at: www.environmentalconsortium.org/programs/student/network.html.


 
 
Co-Sponsors
Russell Sage College Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies