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Keynote Speakers

Optional Thursday Activities

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See you in 2012!

You can review the two keynote presentations (video) and presentation abstracts from the 2008 UENR Conference (Corvallis, Oregon) in the OSU Scholars Archive

Visit the 2010 BCUENR Website hosted by Virginia Tech

2012: Colorado State University: Contact for 2012 conference

2014: Auburn University, Alabama: Contact for 2014 conference

The Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources provides a forum for university-based educators to share strategies and techniques used to educate the entire spectrum of audiences for whom they offer educational programs.

Some highlights from the Corvallis conference:

optional activities on Thursday, the 13th, including a pre-conference field trip (to the forest and to explore "free-choice learning" on a wildlife refuge) and one workshop (effective learner assessment);
a long weekend in the glorious (albeit sometimes damp), agro-silva-pastoral-rich Willamette Valley, on a classically beautiful university campus;
spending quality-time with your colleagues from across the nation and world, the "who's who" in teaching matters in our natural resource education fields, representing diverse teaching interests.

The conference is aimed at faculty and administrators interested in national trends in curricular issues and innovative teaching methods in natural resource fields. Graduate and undergraduate students, as well as agency and organizational partners who both receive and help design and conduct educational programs are encouraged to attend.

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