How do we ensure the future of our discipline is vibrant? Student reflections on careers and culture of ecology

@inproceedings{Hansen2018HowDW,
  title={How do we ensure the future of our discipline is vibrant? Student reflections on careers and culture of ecology},
  author={Winslow D. Hansen and Joshua P. Scholl and Amanda E. Sorensen and Kelsey E. Fisher and Jessica Anne Klassen and Leonardo Calle and Satish G. Kandlikar and Nicholas Kortessis and Dion C. Kucera and Danielle E. Marias and Desir{\'e}e L Narango and Kayleigh O’Keeffe and Wilnelia Recart and Elizabeth Ridolfi and Monika E. Shea},
  year={2018}
}
Ecology must attract and retain diverse talented people to produce innovative research and relevant solutions to 21st-century environmental problems. Careers and culture form the foundation of scientific advancement, and substantial progress has been made over recent decades in both realms. Yet, important challenges persist in expanding career paths, inclusion of underrepresented groups, and communication with the public. The ESA Student Section organized a horizon scanning exercise to address… CONTINUE READING
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