2013 Student Conference on Conservation Science New York
The American Museum of Natural History's Center for Biodiversity and Conservation and its partners invite graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and early-career professionals to take part in the fourth annual Student Conference on Conservation Science-New York (SCCS-NY). Interactions with established conservationists will encourage collaborations, inspire further research, and launch lasting associations.
Be among the emerging generation of conservation professionals networking and exchanging ideas with leaders in science, policy, academia, and management at one of the world's preeminent scientific and cultural institutions.
- Student presentations: talks, speed talks, posters
- Plenary addresses by leading conservation practitioners
- Multi-disciplinary workshops
- Mentors and reviewers offering personalized feedback
- Mentor-hosted lunchtime discussions
- Resource fair with NGOs, governmental agencies, universities, and more
- Professional networking opportunities
- Special evening programs and receptions
- Awards for outstanding presentations
Who Can Attend?
If you're a grad student, post-doc, or have worked in conservation for three years or less, we encourage you to participate! Whatever your focus - biology, social sciences, medicine, economics, architecture, the law - if it has a relevance to conservation, we want to include your perspective!
Apply for a presentation slot or attendance only using our application form.
April 1: Abstract submission deadline for potential presenters
May 1: Abstract selection notifications sent out
July 15: Deadline for invited presenters to confirm involvement
Sept. 10: Registration deadline for all attendees
Sept. 20: Workshop registration goes live at 9:00 a.m. EDT
Oct. 9-11: SCCS-NY Conference in session
The registration fee is $125 USD, which includes admission to three full days of presentations, workshops, poster session and reception, resource fair, special events, daily lunches, morning and afternoon refreshments, access to American Museum of Natural History exhibitions, and discounts in Museum shops.