The Education and Student Affairs Committee of the Society for Conservation Biology has assembled these resources to assist students in their educational journeys. This web site is currently under development and new resources will be added as they become available. Please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Need help finding a program or advisor?||Click here to visit our Academic Programs Database to find universities with conservation related programs.|
|How to sister with a similar lab...||Click here for more information on how to become a sister lab in our global network.|
|Helpful presentation tips for students...||Click here for advice on oral presentations.|
|Advice on writing abstracts for conferences...||Click here for advice from the Student Affairs Committee on writing abstracts for conference presentations.|
|SCB Student Wiki...||Click here to explore the Student Wiki.|
|On the wiki you will find information about - Scholarships, Courses, Events, Advice and Resources intended to be of service to Students, Graduates and New Professionals in the early stages of their career's in biodiversity conservation.|
|SCB Student Listserv...||Click here to join the SCB Student Listserv.|
|SCB Facebook Page||
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Connect with SCB members and stay abreast of the latest news and opportunities within SCB and the greater conservation community.
|Engage with other Students in the SCB network!||Click here to see if there is an SCB Chapter near you.|
Visit the SCB Students Website maintained by students for students...
The 'flickr' scb students group is a website for student members of the Society for Conservation Biology...if you are not a student, but you are a member of the SCB, you are also welcome to participate. The idea of the group is to have a place where you can post your photos of scb meetings, sections, and chapters activities. You can also start or participate in a discussion about conservation biology, post announcements of activities, or ask for help with your conservation biology homework, for example. The address is: