SESYNC is seeking a full-time, experienced science communications professional to lead communications activities.
Welcome to version 2.0 of our website. Our first website was designed in two weeks ... this one has taken a little longer. However, we think our new one brings a tremendous improvement in functionality and design. Like a synthesis project, our team sought out ideas from a diverse set of users: researchers, students, policy makers, and staff, to name a few. We received proposals from many different design teams and selected LMD Agency to be our partner. We required a compressed schedule, and they delivered a creative website that met our parameters. We thank them for their professional efforts.
On our side, it was truly a team effort. Everyone within SESYNC participated in some fashion - from writing text, providing data, or reviewing design options. Our core team consisted of Mike Smorul, Travis Burrell, Mary Shelley, and Amanda Grimes; we now have a healthy appreciation of what it takes to design a responsive website.
Our new site has been designed to showcase new opportunities, funded projects, and results for our community. As you tour it, please drop us a line to let us know your thoughts and recommendations for future enhancements.
|Dec 10 / SESYNC is Hiring for Two Positions!|
|Nov 28 / Beyond the muddy boots: making summer internships count through synthesis workshops|
|Nov 14 / Negative biotic interactions drive predictions of distributions for species from a grassland community|
|Nov 13 / First assessment of planetary boundaries for antibiotic and pesticide resistance shows several already crossed|
|Jan 8 / Graduate Pursuit: Identifying Socio-Environmental Watershed Typologies Based on Stormwater Pollution Using Machine Learning|
|Jan 8 / Graduate Pursuit: The Interactions Between Agricultural Expansion and Conservation Prioritization, Discourse, and Practice: a Multi-Scalar Analysis in the Amazon Basin|
|Jan 8 / Pursuit: Socio-spatial Ecology of the Bed Bug and its Control|
|Jan 8 / Pursuit: Putting pesticides on the map to guide conservation of pollinators and their ecosystem services.|