ECoGSS is a symposium for graduate students in the field of conservation sciences. Please see the below guidelines for abstract submission for both posters and oral presentations. Please direct all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If you are accepted for a talk or poster, you must give a presentation based on the abstract you have submitted.
Abstracts for talks, posters, and discussion panels are due
Abstracts for talks, posters, and discussion panels are due Friday, February 11th at 11:59pm!
Traditional talks will be allotted a 15-minute time slot (12 minutes talk, 3 minutes questions). This is a great opportunity to develop and present a talk that you may give at larger conference later in the year.
Early Graduate Career talks will be allotted a 10-minute time slot (8 minutes talk, 2 minutes questions). This is a great opportunity to develop and present a talk about your research plan.
Lightning talks will be allotted 5-minutes (Q&A at the end of a group of talks). Lightning talks will help you communicate your research efficiently and effectively. Now’s your chance to hone that elevator pitch!
Posters, for both individuals and research/lab groups. This is a great opportunity to get feedback on your study design and sampling plan, discuss analyses, or share the work being done in your lab.
Discussion panels are unique opportunities to collaborate with other students and lead a discussion with your colleagues. Panels consist of 3-4 people and are allotted 45 minutes to discuss topics of your choosing, such as diversifying conservation, science storytelling, science communication & outreach, professional opportunities outside of academia, climate change, animal tracking, and more. We encourage you to submit your panel idea as a group. Get brainstorming!
Please send any questions to email@example.com. We look forward to seeing your abstract!