2024 IASNR Conference

Event Dates
23-27 JUN 2024
2024 IASNR Conference

The International Association for Society and Natural Resources (IASNR) is the premier international academic association for natural resource management. IASNR is an interdisciplinary professional association that brings together social and natural scientists to research and develop strategies for addressing environmental and natural resource issues. The association is committed to diversity and ethics and expanding its reach beyond North American institutions to underrepresented regions grappling with significant challenges related to food and water security, climate change, and natural resource management, including Oceania.

Oceania scholarships for the 2024 IASNR Conference

The ACIAR Social Systems Program, together with the University of Canberra's Centre for Environmental Governance (CEG), are offering 4 scholarships for Oceania-based researchers and practitioners to:

  • Attend the International Association for Society and Natural Resources (IASNR) conference in Cairns, Australia, from June 23-28, 2024.
  • Reflect on your relevant research insights and findings as part of question and answer sessions from the floor at organised panel events.
  • Network with researchers and practitioners from across the region and worldwide. 

What the scholarship covers

Conference attendance fees and travel expenses, including visa application fees, accommodation, and meals, up to a maximum value of $5,000 per person.

How to apply

Applicants must submit a one-page letter addressing the following selection criteria the following to [email protected] by Wednesday, May 15 2024:

  • Short description of your work and its relevance to society and natural resources issues in Oceania.
  • Description of your motivation for applying for the scholarship, including how attending the IASNR meeting and networking will benefit your work.
  • An up-to-date summary of your curriculum vitae (CV) of no more than 2 pages.

For more information

Download the scholarship information or contact Oceania Hub member Assoc Prof Leonie Pearson at [email protected].