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If you are a graduate student, post-doctoral fellow, or early-career professional pursuing or considering the field of conservation science, you are encouraged to apply to participate in the 2014 Student Conference on Conservation Science-New York, 15-17 October.

Applications will be considered in four categories.

Talk Presentation
12-minute talk (with images), plus 3 minutes for audience questions
Speed Talk Presentation
4-minute talk (with images) within a session of 8-10 presentations, followed by a breakout session for further discussion
Poster Presentation
Posters will be displayed during an evening poster reception. Fellow attendees and mentor/reviewers will view the work and discuss it with poster authors
Attendance Only


Abstract-Submission Requirements:

Applicants wishing to present their work as a Talk, Speed Talk, or Poster must submit an abstract outlining a research project that they have completed or are currently conducting. Undergraduate students conducting thesis-level research may also apply. The SCCS-NY Selection Committee will select abstracts for presentation based on quality and relevance to conservation. Applications will be considered from any conservation-related field, including work in the natural sciences, social sciences, or the humanities. Only one abstract per person may be submitted for consideration.

*Please note: If you plan to present on research that has not yet been conducted, your application will only be considered for the poster session.


IMPORTANT SCCS-NY 2014 DATES:
March 3
Online application and abstract submission process begins
April 4
Abstract submission deadline
May 1
Abstract selection notifications will be sent out
July 1
Registration deadline for confirmed presenters
September 20
Registration deadline for non-presenters (seating is limited, so apply early!)

Please note:

  • The abstract submission period is now closed. You must select "Attendance Only" when applying for the conference, or your application will not be accepted
  • Submitted Abstracts will be reviewed and notifications sent to presenters via email the week of May 1.
  • Deadline for invited presenters to confirm involvement and pay registration is Monday, July 1. Payment must be made by this date or your name will be removed from the program.
  • Non-presenters can apply to attend and pay registration until Saturday, 20 September Eastern Daylight Time. Note that seating is limited, so apply early to guarantee your place!


Application Form

  • All relevant fields must be completed in full.
  • After submitted your application you will receive an email with a summary of your application. Please keep this email for your records.
  • Applications will be reviewed by a committee and notifications will be sent via email the week of May 1 2014.
  • Applicants who are selected to present will be required to register by July 1.

The non-refundable registration fee is $125 USD. (Includes all conference activities, coffee breaks, lunches, and receptions.)

Please indicate your first, second, and third choice of presentation type.
First Choice:

Second Choice:

Third Choice:

Attendance only
Contact information
First Name:
Last/Family Name:
Primary Email:
Secondary Email:
Note: Your email address will become your access code for registration, workshop enrollment and, (for Presenters) feedback on your work. Please be sure that it is entered correctly, checked frequently, and will be valid through November 2014April.
Phone Number (optional):
Note: If you choose to provide a phone number include area code and, if outside the US, add country and city code.
Country of Citizenship:
Note: If you are a citizen of more than one country, select your primary
Background Information
Are you applying as a student, post-doc, or early-career professional? If you are currently enrolled in an academic program, please register as a student.
I am:
Current Student
Non-Student or Early-Career Professional
Non-Student or Early-Career Professional
Please note eligibility requirements:
Post-Doc (3 years or less since receiving doctoral degree)
Early-Career Professional (3 years or less working in conservation field)

Please provide information about your current professional affiliation.
Affiliation's Name:
Your Title:
Country:
State/Province:
City:
Current Student
Please provide information about your current/most-recent academic affiliation.
University, College, or Institution:
Country:
State/Province:
City:
Type of Academic Program:
Undergraduate Master's program PhD program Other
Program Title:
e.g., Master's of Science, Master's of Environmental Management
Field of Study:
e.g., Ecology, Conservation Biology, Interdisciplinary
Your Current Year of Enrollment:
1st year 2nd year 3rd year 4th+ year
Please include the year it was granted:
How did you learn about this conference
Announcement Type:
Suggestions? (optional)
Feel free to suggest additional methods we should consider for announcing the conference.
Self-identification
The following self-identification questions are optional.
Gender
Ethnicity*
Race*
Select one or more.
* For more detail, please click here.
Presentation information
Topic Area
Select the topic area that most closely matches that of your proposed presentation.
Title (85-character maximum, including spaces)
[0 of 85]
Abstract (250-word maximum, one paragraph)
[0 of 250]
List all authors (including yourself) in the order in which each name should appear.
FORMAT: First Name, Last Name, Affiliation, City, State or Province, Country
NOTE: You may add a blank line between each entry for clarity
Advisor contact information
Please provide contact information for your academic advisor or, if you are working, your manager. We will only contact him or her if we cannot reach you during the selection process and have questions about the work you propose to present.
Name (First and last)
Email Address
Phone Number (optional)
If you choose to provide a phone number include area code and, if outside the US, add country and city code
Travel Support
Limited funds may become available to assist participants with travel costs. Priority will be given to presenting participants from groups historically underrepresented in conservation. Check here if you are interested in receiving information about this potential source of travel support.
Please inform me if travel support becomes available.
Confirm your primary email
Primary Email
Once you have completed your application and clicked the “Submit” link, you will receive an email containing a summary of your application for your records.

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