Call for Presentations
With generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, this award recognizes oral and poster presentations involving undergraduate research in the field of environmental humanities, which contextualizes and complements environmental science and policy by pursuing research on narrative, critical thinking, history, cultural analysis, aesthetics, and ethics of diverse environmental topics and issues, such as land use, animals, resource allocation, agriculture, species conservation, climate change, water, and other related issues. Research in environmental justice is also an integral part of the environmental humanities at the UO.
Three $500 awards will be given
Sponsor: UO Center for Environmental Futures
Eligibility & Conditions:
- Open to current UO undergraduate students from all academic disciplines and majors.
- Must be accepted to present at the 2020 UO Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Oral presenters must submit a 2 to 3-minute “elevator pitch” (mini-TedTalk) video, summarizing the key points of their oral presentation by May 14, 2020. The video can be recorded on a mobile device. No additional video recording equipment is required. Addition instructions will be provided via a Presenter Confirmation Survey. The Center for Environmental Futures will review the videos and decide on the winner prior to the Symposium date.
Submitted posters will be evaluated by CEF judges on May 21, 2020.
Awards will be provided in the form of a scholarship to the student’s billing account.