The Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture will host the 2018 Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources March 8-10. The conference provides a unique opportunity for university-based natural resource educators from across the country to share and explore pedagogical innovations and strategies.
The three-day event combines plenary as well as break out sessions that encompass diverse subject matter and perspectives.
While the conference focuses on college and university content, it welcomes the broad spectrum of programming that includes extension and non-formal natural resources education, which also provides valuable insight into best practices shaping traditional educational programming.
The BCUENR 2018 conference will encompass a variety of topics related to natural resources education including, but not limited to, experiential and service learning, communications and leadership, and recruitment, retention and advising. To learn more about the conference and to submit an abstract for consideration, click here.