Online Event – ASEH Connects – Pittsburgh 2025 Open Sessions Workshop

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Pittsburgh 2025 Open Sessions Workshop

Wednesday, 26 June 2024 – 2:00pm EDT – Zoom

An ASEH Connects Event

Next week, ASEH Connects will host a session for anyone interested in finding collaborators and creating a full-panel proposal for the 2025 ASEH Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania!

Join us for a facilitated panel creation workshop designed to connect environmental scholars and create panels, roundtables, lightning rounds, or experimental sessions for ASEH 2025.

ASEH Connects - Pittsburgh 2025 Open Sessions Workshop
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