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YEAH Global Virtual Conference 2021

The conference theme is Environmental Conservation, Sustainability, and Equity. This includes any research: Social, economic, environmental, or beyond. The conference is multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary.

3rd YEAH Conference – Promo video

Who should attend?

Join individuals from universities and other academic/non-academic institutes from all across the world to talk about the research and projects you are doing to advance the SDGs! Topics can relate to any of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and can take any disciplinary lens. The students involved will be drawn from undergraduate, Masters, and PhD studies.

We have participants attending from across five continents! Please keep in mind the difference in time zones. Please use this link to find the time in your local time zone and add it to your calender.

To participate in the 3’rd virtual YEAH conference, please register using this form.

How will the conference run?

It will run via Blackboard and Padlet. We will send you all the links you need to access these in the program. The conference program will be emailed to you ahead of the conference.

The conference is designed to be short, to suit the virtual format, and to keep things exciting!

Meet our Plenary Speakers

Opening Plenary Session

YEAH Fellow Moderators: Macey Halgren (Indiana University) and Jaden Wrightsman (Colorado State University)

Closing Plenary Session

YEAH Fellow Moderators: Kaydee Barker (Colorado State University) and Cody Sanford (Colorado State University)

Resources for Conference-Goers

How to use Padlet: you will use this for viewing posters or adding your own poster to the program if you are presenting.

How to use Blackboard Collaborate: you will use this for joining concurrent sessions and plenaries.

Here are some useful videos to help you look impressive on camera.

Examples of student work presented at COPs and YEAH virtual conference in the past

COP25 Student Press Conferences

Student e-Posters on Conservation Biology

Student e-Posters on Rangeland Ecology

Participating Institutions

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