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Developing a career in Earth System Governance: opening up science

Event start: 20171008
End date: 20171008

Event description

As was the case at previous Earth System Governance conferences, early career researchers will have the opportunity to meet for a one-day event ahead of the 2017 Lund Conference on Earth System Governance. The aim is to foster exchange between scholars from different universities and to create a dedicated space for discussions on developing a career in earth system governance research. Participants will enjoy inputs from senior Earth System Governance Scholars who will share insights into their career paths. Another key element of the day will be the World Café, which will allow participants to engage with the theme of “opening up science”. Discussions will be held along topics such as science communication, innovative teaching formats, or questions of access to research results. There is only a limited amount of places and participation is on a first-come-first-served basis. The deadline for signing up is Sunday, 01 October 2017.

Venue: Wrangel building, LUCSUS, Lund University, Sweden
Date: Sunday, 08 October 2017
Time: 09:00 – 17:00
Costs: free

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