Join the NAAEE 2020 Virtual Conference on Environmental Education (October 13-16) & Research Symposium (October 8-10).
NAAEE’s Annual Conference will bring together global leaders and decision-makers, teachers, students, researchers, and rising stars to leverage the power of environmental education to inspire change. As always, the conference will offer inspiring and thoughtful keynotes-with an emphasis this year on how our field can address systemic racism and promote civic engagement. There will be a rich variety of symposia, presentations, group discussions, and posters, as well as great opportunities for networking, growth, and change. Learn more and register here: conference.naaee.org
Here are a few highlights of the NAAEE 2020 Virtual Conference on Environmental Education you shouldn’t miss:
- Reduced fees and scholarships: Because many in this field have been affected by the pandemic; NAAEE wants to make sure that no one has to miss out. NAAEE is offering automatic scholarships to anyone who needs financial help-no questions asked.
- Access to recordings and on-demand sessions: Unable to attend a live event? No problem! With your registration, you will have access to recordings of nearly all live events; AND all on-demand presentations and posters for one year.
- Inspiring keynotes: This year’s keynotes include Dr. Ibram X. Kendi (author, How to Be an Antiracist), Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson (marine biologist and policy advisor), a panel featuring incredible EE 30 Under 30 awardees, and more.
- Engaging workshops: Over a dozen pre-conference workshops, offering opportunities to take a deep dive into a topic, develop a new skill, and meet attendees with similar interests.