Do you want to get experience with communicating science to the general public?
Do you want to get experience with collaborating across disciplines?
Do you want to get experience with developing lesson plans for students?
The Council For Resilience Education (CRE) invites you to join us and develop those skills!
CRE is a student organization at UNL focused on scientific communication and education. We are working to increase understanding and conceptualization of socioecological resilience and its application. Socioecological resilience is a framework for understanding change in ecosystems, social systems, and more.
This concept transcends individual disciplines and seeks to provide ways to understand and strategize responses to change in both natural and human systems.
No matter your background or whether or not you've ever heard of socioecological resilience, we would love to have you join. All that is required is some scientific curiosity!
CRE is actively seeking undergraduate and graduate students working with natural sciences, agricultural sciences, biological sciences, computer engineering, communications, marketing, mass media, journalism, graphic design, and truly any field imaginable. Science communication is interdisciplinary, and so are we.
Come see what CRE is all about and get your work published online to the benefit of your fellow students!
We invite you to our biweekly meetings that take place on Tuesdays from 10:00 to 11:00 am (next ones 11/15, 11/29, 12/13)
RSVP at https://bit.ly/councilresilience
Contact Katia Carranza at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and/or if you want to attend the meetings.
Past students have been able to
• Develop a board game to teach students about resource management
• Create podcast featuring resilience experts from throughout the country
• Publish academic articles on their communication and education work
• Connect with peers and professors throughout the world
More details at: https://cre.unl.edu/welcome