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ASU Wrigley Institute News Biodiversity News

March 8, 2017

Collage of professors of practice headshots with ASU and CI logosNext week, the ASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes (CBO), in partnership with Conservation International (CI), will welcome six scientists from CI’s Betty and Gordon Moore Center for Science and Oceans as Professors of Practice (PoPs). The PoPs will be instrumental in advancing the three goals of the Knowledge Partnership established with CI in September 2016:

  1. Protecting essential natural capital for human well-being.
  2. Transitioning producers to sustainable production methods through science, engagement and technology.
  3. Training the next generation of conservation leaders.

During their welcome week, PoPs will participate in a series of planning workshops to strategize research and teaching. They will present lightning talks and discussion, followed by one-on-one meetings with faculty.  They will also facilitate undergraduate and graduate student workshops.

On Thursday, March 16, CBO will host an afternoon reception to honor them as they join the ASU community. President Michael Crow and M. Sanjayan (Conservation International Executive Vice President and Senior Scientist, Distinguished Professor of Practice), will discuss the importance of this collaboration.

We look forward to welcoming them and seeing ASU’s work extended, enhanced and transformed through this landmark partnership.