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Roundtable discussion

Chair: Peter Deane (National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, ANU)

It has been a while since we did one of our periodic collective ‘brain dumps’, so as we have reached the middle of the 2008 and you’ve all no doubt got many ideas and plans buzzing around in your heads the aim of this Human Ecology Forum is to draw those ideas and such out for collective mulling over and discussion.

The plan is to have a round table discussion amongst those who turn up within the broad category of social science, natural science, humanities research / practice / dilemmas / debates / dialogues or just on the conundrums of doing ‘right’ practice out there in the world.

This may be a thorny research issue your tackling that you’d like to throw out for reflection on, through to a proto-presentation your thinking of doing and would like some feedback on (short 5 minute PowerPoint or similar presentations are fine to toss up on the projector during the session), or a future set of plans you’d like to unpack a tad more, or a new idea/paper you’ve found, to a practical challenge you’ve encountered in trying to understand the complexities of our world…if you have something you’d like to discuss within a collective space, then the 11th is the day to bring it along and give it a try or if you’d just like to come and contribute to the discussion (sans ideas), please feel free to do so.


2 comments for “Roundtable discussion”

  1. good day..!

    i just wanna ask if you have a list of schools,universities and colleges all over the world offering a degree program in Human Ecology..

    thank you and Godbless…

    Posted by saira vania | July 30, 2008, 8:20 pm
  2. Hi Saira,

    to find a list of schools,universities and colleges worldwide offering a degree program in Human Ecology, have a look into the Society for Human Ecology Resources page at:
    Also, wikipedia on the Human Ecology page (bottom of) has a list:
    Best wishes…

    Posted by p. deane | August 12, 2008, 7:19 pm

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