Greetings fellow IASNR members,

If we haven’t met yet, I’m Anne Junod, PhD candidate at Ohio State University’s School of Environment and Natural Resources – I’m the new Student Representative on IASNR Council. I’m also happy to virtually introduce Brett Alan Miller, PhD candidate in Sociology at Utah State University and the new Student Representative-Elect.

This year, Brett and I are committed to growing student involvement and leadership with IASNR. IASNR is the premier international science association fostering the study of human-natural resource relationships. IASNR has many ways to get involved and resources to offer student members, including opportunities to share research, grow professional networks, build science communication skills, and cultivate leadership. Presently, we are looking to grow the Student Affairs Committee (SAC) which plans and coordinates these and related endeavors.

Help we need from professional IASNR Members
If there is an undergrad or graduate student in your network conducting research or otherwise interested in the intersection of society and natural resources who is not involved with IASNR that you think would be interested, please forward this email on to them. We would love to connect with students who are interested in knowing more about IASNR or are looking for ways to build their CV by getting involved in student leadership, and we sincerely encourage those who might be interested to reach out to us so we can connect with them.

Student Members and Non-members
If you are already a student member of IASNR (or are interested in becoming one) and would like to get involved in student leadership with IASNR, please email Anne at [email protected]. It’s a great way to grow as a scholar, a colleague, and build your networks – not to mention your CV.

Whether or not you are already a student member of IASNR, we want to hear from you – what do you want from IASNR as a student, what is already working, and how can we improve?

Please, take a moment – just 3 minutes or so – to complete this survey to tell us what IASNR can do for you as a student – we truly value your feedback and appreciate your time.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or just to connect.

 

Regards,

Anne Junod Brett Alan Miller
PhD candidate, Ohio State University PhD candidate, Utah State University
[email protected] [email protected]
Twitter: @AnneNJunod