We want you to know what is going on in the BOD, our meetings, our actions, members leaving, the new ones elected,... but text written in this blog cannot be taken an official position or statement of the Society for Conservation Biology. Probably it is not even an official statement of the section... as these need to be approved by the members.

Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Be a Europe Section representative in the global SCB student committee!

The SCB Europe Section is looking for a student candidate willing to
participate in the global SCB Student Affairs Committee as a Europe Section
representative. (http://www.conbio.org/Activities/Committees/) The Committee manages the student awards each year for the annual meeting; maintain and develop new web-based resources for students and have recently launched a new 'spotlight on student research' in the SCB newsletter.

The Europe Section representative is expected to actively represent European perspectives on the global committee and to regularly report to the Europe Section Board of Directors. In addition, a leading role in the establishment of a Europe Section Student Affairs Committee is expected.

The Student Affairs Committee representative is a voluntary position. If you are interested, please send your CV and a few sentences of your motives tothe europe@conbio.org address by 30th April.


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