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Registration for workshops, Pecha Kucha
Please Register by May 17 or June 10 as Indicated
You may now register for free workshops, Pecha Kucha, and pre-conference events at Kew Royal Botanic Gardens (London). Scroll through the options or click on the item listed below to be taken to its section in the list below.
1) Kew (London), Thursday 27 June, morning, (free) tours
2) Kew (London), Thursday 27 June, afternoon, Biocultural Collections meeting
3) Open Science Network Bus from London (Kew) to Plymouth on June 27
4) SEB Workshops (Plymouth), Saturday 29 June, afternoon
5) Pecha Kucha (Plymouth), Sunday 30 June, late afternoon
6) Photography workshop (Plymouth), Monday 1 July, early morning
1) Kew pre-conference field trip signup. Conference registrants are invited to visit Kew Gardens (Thursday, June 27), in west London, before travelling to Plymouth for the SEB meeting.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, were founded in 1759 and cover 300 acres with varied gardens, glasshouses, galleries and vistas. The “IncrEdibles: A voyage through surprising edible plants” festival will be in progress. Kew also houses several hundred plant scientists and the behind-the-scenes tours will focus on aspects of their work on useful plants.
Two special free options for SEB 2013 attendees are available by email signup:
A) Self-guided tour of the public parts of the Gardens, entering free via the Herbarium Gate only between 9.30 – 11.00 am. Open to conference registrants including companions and children. After this time, you must pay to enter at a regular gate.
B) Behind-the-scenes tours, followed by self-guided tours of the Gardens. Open free to registrants but (for reasons of space) excluding companions and children. Meeting point: Herbarium Gate, 10.45 am. These tours end by 12.30 pm.
Please read the KEW FEILDTRIP SIGNUP DOCUMENT to find out how to sign up for this opportunity! Please follow the instructions carefully!
2) Kew biocultural collections meeting on June 27th signup. Please read the MEETING SIGNUP DOCUMENT and respond if you wish to attend.
3) The Open Science Network in Ethnobiology (OSN) has reserved a private 48 seater Coach (with toilet) for traveling from London to the SEB proceedings in Plymouth, England. This service will be departing on <span data-term="goog_1722910380" tabindex="0">June 27th from Kew Gardens at <span data-term="goog_1722910381" tabindex="0">4:15 pm. The group will meet at the Elizabeth Gate of Kew Gardens, on Kew Green, Postcode TW9 3AB. Please be sure to be at the departure location by <span data-term="goog_1722910382" tabindex="0">4:00 pm. We will be stopping along the way so riders can purchase snacks and take a break however, it is strongly encouraged that you bring snacks with you for this journey.
At this time, all the available tickets have been sold.
Please note that each traveler will need to check in with April Sawey on the day of departure and give her a copy printed copy of your ticket. If you have any further question about this transportation please contact April Sawey (email@example.com).
4) SEB 2013 WORKSHOP REGISTRATION - Deadline for online sign-up is June 10
Please read the WORKSHOP SIGNUP DOCUMENT for updated and expanded workshop descriptions. Remember, you may sign up for EITHER [one workshop from A] OR [one workshop from B AND one workshop from C]. Please note that the date/time of your email application will determine priority in joining a workshop. You may also sign up for workshops at conference registration, but realize that some may already have closed out via online pre-registration.
A Workshops, 13:45-17:00
The Moulding of Culture Through Paper, led by Karen Hall limit 24
Modules & Mainstreaming Training in Ethnoecology, led by Manuel Guariguata, Heather McMillen, and Tony Cunningham limit 20
B Workshops, 13:45-15:15
Ethnobotany at Home: The Biogeography of the Family Dinner, led by Nanci Ross and Keri Barfield limit 30
The Antioxidant Properties of Teas, led by Maria Donkin limit 20
Plants and People in Victorian England, led by Luis Carvalho and Francisca Maria Fernandes limit 25
Ethnobotanical Research on Medicinal Plant Trade: A Discussion of Practical, Ethical, and Conceptual Issues, led by Jn van der Valk and Laura Rohs limit 20
Sharing Research Data, led by Veerle Van den Eynden limit 30
Getting Our Lessons Across to Students, led by Cassandra Quave limit 50
C Workshops, 15:30-17:00
What Do We Want Students to Know – And Are We Getting it Across? led by Sunshine Brosi and Cassandra Quave limit 30
How to Write a Scientific Paper, led by Paul Ramsay limit 50
Phylogenetic Reconstruction and the Use of the Comparative Method, led by Miguel Franco and Cyril Mbeau-Ache limit 25
Citizen’s Science: Engaging the Public with Plant Conservation, led by Allison Smith limit 20
Pollinator Syndromes, led by Paola García-Meneses limit 20
Informal Plant Walk, led by Susanne Masters limit 25
5) Pecha Kucha - What is Pecha Kucha? Pecha Kucha's are short, inspiring and innovative presentations that consist of 20 images (slides in PowerPoint) for 20 seconds each for a total of 6.6 minutes. Pecha Kucha sessions, devised in 2003, are held with an intentional atmosphere of informality, as a way to encourage conversation and thinking.
Deadline to sign up to give one is May 17. Please follow the instructions in the PECHA KUCHA SIGNUP DOCUMENT.
6) SEB Photography 201 – Last year in Frostburg, we talked about different types of gear as well as about taking “people pictures.” This year, it’s all about the people and places we’ll visit in and around Plymouth. In particular, we like to focus on the event later in the day at the EDEN PROJECT
Join us for breakfast, a short discussion re the day’s event at Eden, and ideas for taking great “people pictures.” Once we have a list of those interested in taking part, we’ll begin emailing you a few resources we’d recommend you view before coming to the meeting, and England. We hope to see you there. To register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.