Online Ecology Conferences
Biology Meets Programming: Bioinformatics for Beginners
Are you interested in learning how to program (in Python) within a scientific setting? This course will cover algorithms for solving various biological problems along with a handful of programming challenges helping you implement these algorithms in Python.
Online Conference for Early Career Scientists (AEET and SFÉ)
Date: June 9th -11th
Registration Deadline: May 26th
Supervision ? Dos and don’ts
How can academic skills improve employability inside and outside academia?
The French Society for Ecology and Evolution (SFÉ²) and the Asociación Española de Ecología Terrestre (AEET) are joining to organise an online event that targets Early Career Ecologists, in particular but not restricted to, M.Sc. and Ph.D. candidates. More experienced researchers are, of course, also invited to attend. This conference is scheduled online and will be mainly in English.
World Bat Twitter Conference
Date: May 26th - 28th
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 17th
We are thrilled to announce that we are back with the 2nd World Bat Twitter Conference #WBTC2 and are excited to catch up with all the amazing work being carried out in aid of our beloved flying mammals.
After a particularly tough year for bat lovers, conservationists and researchers, we are pleased to build on the success of #WBTC1 last year and offer an exciting and inclusive platform to showcase all the latest bat research and conservation to a truly global audience. Unfortunately the pandemic still rages on in many countries across the world, severely limiting the exchange of ideas, the opportunity to network with people in your field or to just catch up with what’s new in the world of bats. We hope that #WBTC2 will aid in filling this void and provide an exciting opportunity to learn about bat research and conservation from around the world in the comfort of your home, office or field station.
Missed out on the 1st World Bat Twitter Conference? Catch up with all last years presentations (from over international 90 presenters!) by searching #WBTC1 on Twitter
How to get a conservation job | Free course
Learn how to get hired as a professional wildlife conservationist with the experts at Conservation Careers.
Designed for students, job-seekers and career-changers in this free course you’ll learn the key to getting started, the mistakes and myths to avoid and the answers to your main questions.
If you chose to enrol, you’ll also get a free eBook ‘how to apply for a conservation job’ along with examples of successful resumes, covers letters and CVs.
Ontario Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution Colloquium
Date: May 13th - 14th
The Ontario Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution Colloquium has been meeting annually for over 50 years to share the province’s newest and most exciting research!
OE3C is student-run and student-focused, aiming to give young researchers the opportunity to practice their communication skills, gain feedback on their work, and network with local experts and peers. Each year, we also host a number of plenary speakers who present their cutting edge research. This year, we have four plenary talks planned from Martha Muñoz, Jesse Popp, Liana Zanette, and Jake Veasey on topics ranging from two-eyed seeing in ecological research to evolutionary pattern recognition.
International Conservation Education Conference 2021
Date: October 8th - 10th
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 31st
Building Conservation Education Success
The global pandemic continues to change the world as we know it. It has had devasting effects on our profession yet we have continued to become more inventive to ensure that we can continue driving a caring and empathy for wildlife and long term, conservation behavioral change. And despite the pandemic, we were able to debut our profession’s first international conservation education strategy in 2020. With this excellent roadmap, there can be no better time to take a one-year snapshot on how it is influencing our work and how we will use it to take our programs to the next level.
We hope you consider submitting an abstract for the 2021 International Conservation Education Conference. Your achievements will be an inspiration for others and will help lay the groundwork for our post-pandemic recovery.