ESS Speed Mentoring Event – in Toronto!

Speed Mentoring is for YOU! See you there!

Dear members of the Environmental Studies Section,

We look forward to seeing many of you at the ISA convention in Toronto 2019!

On this occasion, we call all grad students, post-docs, assistant professors and those recently post-tenure:  ESS Speed-Mentoring (Saturday, March 30, 2019 1:45 PM – 3:30 PM) is for you!

Do you want to have chats with senior scholars on issues related to teaching, publishing, applying for jobs, or getting ready for tenure ? Here is your opportunity.

Call for conference contribution!

Crafting the Long Tomorrow: New Conversations & Productive Catalysts Across Science and Humanities Boundaries as the Global Emergency Worsens

21-24 February, 2019 | Tucson, AZ — Proposals due: Oct. 22, 2018

Crafting the Long Tomorrow is a three-day, small-scale conference at the University of Arizona’s Biosphere 2, a leading site for arts, sciences and humanities dialogues.

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Upcoming conferences!

Conferences

2018 ISA West Annual Conference

21-22 September 2018 | Pasadena, California

2018 ISA South Annual Conference

12-13 October 2018 | Ashland, Virgina

2018 ISA Northeast Annual Conference

2-3 November 2018 | Baltimore, Maryland

2018 Utrecht Conference on Earth System Governance: Governing Global Sustainability in a Complex World: Key Research Insights & New Research Directions

5-8 November 2018 | Utrecht, The Netherlands

 

 

 

Contemplative Environmental Practice: Retreat for Educators & Activists

24 – 30 July 2018 | Lama Foundation, San Cristobal, New Mexico

Cost: $1050 (includes everything) | Graduate students: $880 | Need-based scholarships available

How can we best teach in an ecologically unraveling world?  How can we personally, politically, and pedagogically find more meaning in our environmental efforts?

This summer, deepen your commitment to environmental education and action.  Contemplative

Environmental Practice is a week-long workshop for educators and activists that explores how reflective practices—such as meditation, yoga, journal writing, art, and nature walks—can enhance our teaching and advocacy efforts. Set in the mountains of New Mexico at an off-grid retreat center, we will probe the depths of environmental challenges, tap into our aspirations for all life, and develop skills for deepening our environmental commitments.

The ESS Reception 2018

The ESS reception of the ISA 2018 in San Fransisco was a great success this year as well, as we welcomed old and new members, students, sponsors and senior scentists to this informal gathering where awards were given, food and drinks were consumed while people network. Here are some photos from todays event – follow us on Twitter for more updates.