Special Coral Reef Communication Workshop, November 2 to 23, 2020 (online) – deadline 09 Oct 20

The course is online and open to graduate students, professors, NGO professionals, government scientists, and policymakers whose work involves coral reefs. The course includes ten one-hour sessions and Working Circles exercises that apply the ABT tools to participant projects. Active participation is required. The course will be offered M-W-F (1600 -1700 EST) November 2 to 23, 2020. The first half of each hour is a presentation. The second half is interactive with Dr. Olson as he works individually with participants on the ABT Build Process to help strengthen your narratives.
“If you want to participate, please send an application to Dr. Steven Miller (smiller@nova.edu<mailto:smiller@nova.edu>) by October 9, 2020. Space is limited. Please include the following information in a PDF document:
  *  Name
  *  Affiliation (graduate students, please include the name of your major professor)
  *  Address
  *  Email
  *  Telephone Number
  *  Include a short one-paragraph explanation about why you want to take the ABT Narrative Template Course.
While the course is free if your application is accepted, a tax-deductible donation of $100 or $200 is appreciated – but is not required. Please donate online at https://realizingpotential.nova.edu/give/index.html and select the Halmos College. In the Comments Section, please add that the donation is for the Coral Reef ABT Framework Course.”
Peter Sale
University of Windsor (Emeritus)
www.PeterSaleBooks.com<http://www.PeterSaleBooks.com>

 

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