The main goal of the ISDRS Mentorship Programme is to connect senior academics (mentor) with junior academics (mentee) in a meaningful way, and thereby creating a mutual benefit, and cementing a stronger relationship between all involved: the new professionals, the senior ones, and within ISDRS as a whole. Click here for more information.
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The New Professionals Group aims to be a platform for early-stage researchers working with sustainable development. Our main event is the annual PhD workshop at the ISDRS conferences, but we are always looking for activities that will strengthen our community.
Do you or your organisation want to be involved with the New Professionals Group? Please follow us on LinkedIn at ISDRS New Professionals Group.
The aim of the workshop is to support early career researchers working on sustainable development related topics by providing them with an arena for discussion of their on-going research projects with peers and senior academics. Any early career researcher attending the 25th ISDRS Conference is eligible to register for this PhD workshop, once their abstract is accepted and conference fees are paid.
Who are we?
David Cepeda, firstname.lastname@example.org
Working group members
Hanna Ahlström, email@example.com
Charlotte Mummery, firstname.lastname@example.org
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