IASNR provide students with the opportunity to participate in an international professional organization fostering an interdisciplinary approach at the crossroads of the social and natural sciences.
Student Affairs Committee
One of the hallmarks of the International Association for Society and Natural Resources has been a strong commitment to student participation. The IASNR Council and the IASNR Conference (formerly called ISSRM) planning committees have strived to create a welcoming atmosphere that engages students in professional development activities. The IASNR Student Affairs Committee was established to help perpetuate this goal. The SAC is charged with encouraging student involvement in IASNR, increasing the benefits of student membership in the association, and facilitating experiences that foster the next generation of environmental scholars and practitioners. If you would like to become involved in the SAC, please do not hesitate to get in touch with either co-chair on the committee.
Participation in the SAC is voluntary, and involvement depends on your preferences, interest, and capacity. Opportunities for involvement include any combination of the following: joining our Slack channel and/or listserv, attending meetings, leading initiatives (e.g., student-led events during the conference), sharing your ideas about student needs, or in any other ways you see fit.
Read the full SAC procedural statement
Dana Johnson, IASNR Student Representative, to University of British Columbia (Canada) [email protected]
Keahna Margeson, IASNR Student Representative-Elect, Dalhousie University (Canada) [email protected]
Professional Council Member Advisor
Rebecca (Becky) Schewe, Syracuse University, USA, [email protected]
Your IASNR Council Representatives invite you to join the SAC Slack channel. This channel is available to all IASNR Student Members and can be a useful site to connect, share ideas and concerns, and help inform the SAC.
Student Conference Funding & Events