INTERNATIONAL WRITING WORKSHOP for NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS
When and where: Sunday, August 20, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Grand Gallery Overlook A
- One of the cornerstones of IFS is the Volunteer Editing Program which aims to support non-native English speakers to publish in English language journals. This year, we are hosting an international writing workshop for non-native English researchers. We are very excited about this inaugural session!
- This workshop is intended for non-native English researchers and authors who desire guidance in scientific writing in the English language. This workshop offers a platform to improve skills in written English and build confidence in science communication. This workshop is FREE and in-person, but participation will be limited to 30 individuals.
- Sign up and learn more at this link
BUILDING BRIDGES: CONNECTING INTERNATIONAL FRESHWATER SCIENTISTS IN AN ERA OF CHANGE AND ADAPTATION
When and where: Monday, August 21, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM, Grand Gallery Overlook AB
- IFS and the African Centre for Aquatic Research and Education (ACARE) are excited to co-host an international networking event that aims to foster connections among scientific communities around the world. This session will involve structured networking through brief presentations and discussion tables where we will talk about important challenges facing fisheries, globally.
- We invite anyone interested in strengthening connections across regions, cultures, and contexts, and in gaining new perspectives on freshwater ecosystems and large lake management, and encourage participation from researchers, managers, practitioners, and community members. You will have a chance to meet members of the 2023 African Women in Science (AWIS) cohort and many other international attendees.