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February 22, 2018
EE: A Force for the Future
The Call for Presentations is open!
Download the Call for Presentations and submit your proposals for the 2018 Conference and Research Symposium at naaee.org/conference. You can also volunteer to review proposals and help us select the most compelling proposals for the 2018 program.
Submission Deadline: April 2, 2018
Disruptive Storytelling: How to Go Beyond Hero, Victim, Villain
Michael Margolis is a global expert in storytelling and how to communicate innovation. As the CEO of Get Storied, he is an advisor to Silicon Valley including Facebook and Google, a 2x TEDx speaker, and a cultural anthropologist who teaches the world how to think in narrative. We heard from Michael for the March 2018 installment of NAAEE's monthly webinar series.Read more >
Wanted: Urban Environmental Leaders, Educators & Change-Makers!
The Urban Environmental Education M.A.Ed. program at Antioch University Seattle is seeking candidates to form a diverse cohort of graduate students who will work hard to understand the dynamics of race and equity, diversity and inclusion in relation to environmental issues. Learn more about this partnership opportunity and further graduate program details by joining the online eePro discussion starting Monday, February 12, 2018.Read more >
Connecting to Nature: A Perspective From Joseph Bharat Cornell
This is a part of the series for Connecting to Nature. The question that has been posed is: How does nature impact you. Each person who has shared has provided their feelings about this on a personal basis. Joseph Bharat Cornell is noted in the field and has been contributing for a long time. Listen to what he has to say and I ask after you have done this, share with our blog how nature has impacted you.Read more >
Connecting to Nature - An Austrian Perspective
Asking the question of persons involved in environmental education, how has nature impacted you personally, I posed this question to a stellar sustainability educator in Western Austria. Ing, Bertram Meusburger is not only an educator but was involved in the arts/dance. His work and passion is helping immigrants from Syria and other countries who have come to Bregenz Austria.Read more >
Call for Papers for Special Issue of Ecopsychology
Deadline: May 9. Judy Braus, Executive Director of NAAEE, and Sarah Milligan-Toffler, Executive Director of Children & Nature Network, will guest edit an upcoming special issue of the journal Ecopsychology focused on children and nature.
Deadline extended: ee360 Community EE Fellowship
Apply by FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 11:59PM ET! NAAEE is accepting applications for our ee360 Community EE Fellowship program! Up to 30 diverse fellows will be selected for this first cohort. In addition to building their professional network, fellows will get a week-long all-expenses-paid leadership training in summer 2018, a scholarship to attend #NAAEE2018 in Spokane, and support to design and implement a community action project. Share with your networks to help us find a few good fellows!
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