RECORDING // The Covid pandemic’s effect on access to fieldwork in ethnobotany and what it means for students

The event below was revorded and is available to watch here:

The SEB Student Council is pleased to bring you the next in our series of student events, a panel discussion:

“The Covid pandemic’s effect on access to fieldwork in ethnobotany and what it means for students.”

The Panel

We invite students to join us in attending an online panel discussion between Drs. Priscilla Wehi, Sonia Peter, Cassandra Quave, Renata Soukand, and Nancy Turner.

This international panel of experts will be discussing how the ongoing Covid pandemic has affected access to ethnobotanical fieldwork opportunities and what this means for students.

Students can expect to hear views on how this will affect research, program timelines, grants, and more. There will also be time for questions to be put to our esteemed panel.

Date

January 12, 2021. 12-2 pm EDT

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seb-student-event-tickets-132544037785

Please spread the word to other students who might be interested in this topic. Though this students-only event is geared toward SEB student members, students do not have to be an SEB member to attend.

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