The Society for Economic Botany

Fostering research and education on the past, present, and future uses of plants by people.

Joint Meeting of the Society for Economic Botany and
The International Society of Ethnobiology
June 3, 2020

Deadline Extended to January 31, 2020

We invite you to submit a workshop proposal for the joint meeting of the Society for Economic Botany and International Society of Ethnobiology at the University of the West Indies in Mona, Jamaica.

Deadlines: Hands-on Workshop and Short Presentation proposals are due by January 31st, 2020. Send your submission to SEB representative Nanci Ross and ISE representative Rick Stepp. ( /

The proposal should include the following information:

Presenter Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Address Line 2:
Zip Code:

Currently Teaching at this level:
Informal educator, Undergraduate: lower division, Undergraduate: higher division, not currently teaching, other (please specify)

Additional Presenters: if yes: Please list additional co-presenters here including full name, organization, email, and the grade level they teach. Separate each additional presenter with a semi-colon (;)

Proposal Information:
Proposed Presentation Title (less than 100 characters):

Participant #: minimum #: maximum #:

Preferred Session Format:
1 ½ hr hands-on workshop      3 hr hands-on workshop short presentation

Intended Audience check all that apply: Undergraduate: lower division, Undergraduate: upper division, Informal Education

Does your idea or resource specifically address strategies to engage underrepresented and/or indigenous populations? Yes, to a large degree, No, not a core focus

# of times you are willing to repeat your workshop:   0   1   2

Short Description: Participants will complete a hands-on project . . . .( your description should be 40 words or less to be used in the conference program)

Learning Objectives:

Core Concepts check all that apply: Awareness, Diversity, Change, Connections

Core Concepts check all that apply: Ethics, Literacy & Critical thinking skills, Qualitative & Quantitative Methodology Skills, Bridging Skills, Taxonomy (Scientific and Folk), Interview & Fieldwork Skills, other (please list)

Presentation Description: In 300 words or less describe the purpose, concepts or teaching skills participants will gain, methodology, and materials of the presentation. Please include any relevant URLs.