Joint Meeting of the Society for Economic Botany and
The International Society of Ethnobiology
June 3, 2020

We invite you to submit a workshop proposal for the joint meeting of the Society for Economic Botany and International Society of Ethnobiology at the University of the West Indies in Mona, Jamaica.

Deadlines: Hands-on Workshop and Short Presentation proposals are due by January 15th, 2020. Send your submission to SEB representative Nanci Ross and ISE representative Rick Stepp. ([email protected] / [email protected])

The proposal should include the following information:

Presenter Information
First Name: 
Last Name:
Address Line 2:
Zip Code:

Currently Teaching at this level:
Informal educator, Undergraduate: lower division, Undergraduate: higher division, not currently teaching, other (please specify)

Additional Presenters: if yes: Please list additional co-presenters here including full name, organization, email, and the grade level they teach. Separate each additional presenter with a semi-colon (;)

Proposal Information:
Proposed Presentation Title (less than 100 characters):

Participant #: minimum #: maximum #:

Preferred Session Format: 
1 ½ hr hands-on workshop      3 hr hands-on workshop short presentation

Intended Audience check all that apply: Undergraduate: lower division, Undergraduate: upper division, Informal Education

Does your idea or resource specifically address strategies to engage underrepresented and/or indigenous populations? Yes, to a large degree, No, not a core focus

# of times you are willing to repeat your workshop:   0   1   2

Short Description: Participants will complete a hands-on project . . . .( your description should be 40 words or less to be used in the conference program)

Learning Objectives:

Core Concepts check all that apply: Awareness, Diversity, Change, Connections

Core Concepts check all that apply: Ethics, Literacy & Critical thinking skills, Qualitative & Quantitative Methodology Skills, Bridging Skills, Taxonomy (Scientific and Folk), Interview & Fieldwork Skills, other (please list)

Presentation Description: In 300 words or less describe the purpose, concepts or teaching skills participants will gain, methodology, and materials of the presentation. Please include any relevant URLs.