The ISCB will be co-hosting the upcoming Merav-Ziv symposium on the 29th of May in Midreshet Ben-Gurion. This year the symposium is dedicated to conservation philosophy and ethics.
There are a few Student Conferences for Conservation Science (SCCS) happaning this summer, These are great opportunities to meet renowned plenary speakers, to attend career-enriching trainings, workshops and field trips and generally have fun!
MEDECOS is an international conference organised under the auspices of ISOMED, the International Society of Mediterranean
Ecology. In 2020 (6-11 September), it will take place in South Africa’s , The theme of the meeting is: Partnerships for Global Change.
Winners of prizes at the ICCS 2019
Best Lecture 1st place was given to Daniella Moller from the Ben-Gurion University who spoke about the effects of oil pollution
on arthropods in Evrona
Best lecture joint 2nd place was given to Gabriella Moller from the Ben-Gurion University who spoke about parasitoid responses
to management regimes in vineyards.
Yael Lenhardt from the Ben-Gurion University also received 2nd place prize for her talk about the consequences of noise pollution in the Adulam reserve.
Best People and Nature talk prize was given to Hila Segre from the Technion who spoke about linking ecosystem assessments to
stakeholders in the Carmel
Best poster prize was given to Naama Arkin from the Volcani Center for her work on floral diversity, honeybee activity and pollination networks.
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Fellowships and awards
Make sure to check out the the David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship Program, for Post-docs at American Universities.
Fellowships and awards
The SCB recognizes the importance of graduate students whose research advances the science and practice of conserving Earth's biodiversity. The Society is excited to support these graduate students as we formally announce the call for applications for the SCB Graduate Student Research Fellowship Awards (GSRF). SCB will grant ten $1,000 research awards to support travel, materials or equipment for graduate student members to help conduct field research in conservation science.
The deadline for applications is Monday, 30 April 2018. Visit the SCB Student Awards page to learn more about the GSRF and to download the application form. You must be a member to be eligible to win the award.
Questions? E-mail Awards Committee Chair Carolyn Lundquist.
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