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Dear SEB Students, The ISE-SEB Conference of 2020 in Jamaica is postponed until next year, 2021. The SEB office will process automatic refunds for all those who have already paid registration fees. If you have booked accommodation, please contact your provider. We hope you all remain safe and healthy in the coming months with the... Continue Reading →
SUBMIT to the SEB / ISE 2020 conference – we have a call for workshops (deadline 15 January) and for abstracts that fit within 12 Symposium Themes organized according to 7 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ! Click here to submit workshop proposals on the official SEB website. Out of Many, One People: Biocultural Diversity across... Continue Reading →
By Matthew Bond, SEB At-large Student Committee Member, Botany PhD from the University of Hawai'i. If you enjoy learning about people and the environment, you're in for a treat- registration for the Society for Economic Botany (SEB) annual conference is now open! Here are some suggestions for making the most of this special opportunity, especially for... Continue Reading →
This year the SEB awill be providing eight travel awards for students to attend our joint conference in Madison, Wisconsin (3 - 7 June 2018). Four awards will be granted to student and postdocs, and another 4 will be dedicated to members from developing countries or countries recently affect by natural disasters. The deadline is... Continue Reading →
One of the most exciting things about SEB 2017 (Bragança, Portugal) was the opportunity to network with other ethnobotanists. Whether new to the field or veterans, from Europe or distant islands, everyone at the meeting had valuable experiences and perspectives to share. Many students expressed interest in developing a toolkit of ethical guidelines and ideas... Continue Reading →
2017 Society for Economic Botany Meeting Student, Post-doc and Least Developed Country Member Travel Awards We are excited to announce that we will be able to provide four travel grants to attend the 58th Annual Meeting of the Society for Economic Botany! These merit-based awards will be made in the amount of $800 to be... Continue Reading →