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FGCU Biodiversity Conference



Conserving Biodiversity: Challenges for Florida in the Anthropocene features an opening plenary by Reed Noss on March 7 in the Cohen Center, and two days of sessions covering climate change, invasives, and habitat loss on March 8 and 9 in Edwards Hall.

The conference will be hosting a poster session during the evening plenary on Tuesday, March 7th. Submission is open to all (students, faculty, etc.). Indicate your interest when registering.

You can register for the full conference, or the opening plenary only. 
Seating is limited in Edwards Hall, so please register early.

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Registration costs

Full Conference
(March 7-9, 2017)
Full Conference: student rate*
(March 7-9, 2017)
Plenary only: in advance
(March 7, 2017)
Plenary only: tickets at the door
(March 7, 2017)

Registration fees are not refundable.

* Full-time students of any institution. Scholarships also available: to be considered, students should submit a 250-word statement about why you want to attend. The 20 best essayists will receive free registration for the full conference. Submission details available by following the “Registered here!” link and clicking on the "Student Ticket" option.

FGCU FACULTY! If you intend to use funding from FGCU to pay for your registration, please contact us at the following email address so that our administrative team can assist with a budget transfer: 

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