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  • September 24-29
    2017
    Conference

    The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival (JHWFF) is an unparalleled industry gathering of 700 broadcast and media stakeholders, writers, leading scientists and conservationists.

    Featured Speakers Include:

    Sunday, Sept. 24 — Tom Lovejoy & George Schaller , Where Do We Stand? and Cat Summit Wrap Up Monday, Sept. 25 — Kris...

  • September 25
    2017
    Funding Deadline

    The National Center for Science and Civic Engagement (NCSCE) at Stony Brook University has received a grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to establish and advance robust partnerships between indigenous peoples and local formal and informal educators to improve educational outcomes for all students, promote cultural understanding, and foster...

  • September 26-28
    2017
    Conference

    The Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA) is pleased to announce that its 2017 International Conference and Trade Show will be held in Chicago, Illinois, on September 26-28, 2017. The Navy Pier IMAX at AMC will host flat-screen presentations on the IMAX next-generation digital laser projection system, and the Museum of Science and Industry...

  • September 26-27
    2017
  • September 27-29
    2017
    Conference

    Heightened community unrest sparked by the death of unarmed citizens; disproportionate inequities in education, poverty, health care, and rates of incarceration; and an intensely divisive U.S. presidential election require even more vigilant attention from our global CREA community. It is critically important that we focus on the generation,...

  • September 28
    2017
    Webinars & Trainings

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE) invites individuals or groups of individuals from the U.S. research community to submit White Papers on topics in science, engineering, and/or STEM education that are ripe for international network-to-network collaboration. Responses should identify...

  • September 30
    2017
    Call for Papers

    The Call for Proposals for MW18 papers, workshops, professional forums, and how-to sessions is open through September 30.

    The MW18 program is built from the ground up, based on your suggestions for sessions, papers and presentations. MW conferences do not have pre-determined themes, and we welcome proposals on any topic related to...

  • October 2-4
    2017
    Conference
    MuseumNext started with a simple question, ‘what’s next for museums?’

    Since 2009, we’ve tried to answer that, building a global community of museum leaders, innovators and makers who champion future thinking in museums.

    We’ve discovered that the answer to ‘what’s next?’ is as varied as the people who are building it, and with more than...

  • October 2
    2017
    Call for Papers

    We are excited to announce the theme for our 2018 annual conference and issue our call for papers .

    The theme will be: ‘Big data, big opportunities?’

    In visitor studies, we are constantly striving to respond to an ever-changing socio-political landscape. We are frequently tasked with helping our organisations understand and...

  • October 3
    2017
    Conference

    Understanding how people think, feel and respond to information is vital to successfully communicating environmental issues and influencing positive change. Join expert researchers and communications practitioners using behavioural sciences to explore and influence a shifting landscape of echo-chambers, divisive opinions and fake news.

    ...

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