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SFS 2012 Meeting GRC Workshop Survey

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Posted: 10/18/2011
Expiration Date: 10/18/2021

In the interest of providing the best graduate student workshop at the SFS 2012 meeting, we would like to elicit your opinions regarding the format and content of the workshop. There are two general workshop formats that can be followed a technical workshop or a field trip. A technical workshop would generally entail a specific topic and be goal oriented (Objectives being: to learn a set of new skills, learn how to apply for a type of job, etc). The field trip format would entail a specific topic, but would be education oriented (You might learn about a unique ecological system, or a unique management practice, etc.) and you would gain knowledge by visiting location and interacting with experts.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XN9PP6Z

By completing this survey you will enable us to provide the best and most relevant graduate student workshop(s) as well as better enable us to anticipate costs and logistics associated with the workshop. If you have any questions, please e-mail Thomas Parr at thomas.parr@mail.edu.



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