Thursday, July 21, 2011
Jessica Owley--one of our outstanding guest bloggers this year and, yes, she is a land use prof--sends word about a new listserv designed especially for junior scholars in environmental law, land use, and natural resources:
NEW LISTSERV FORMED
Environmental Law Junior Scholar Listserv
There is a new listserv available for pre-tenured faculty in environmental law, natural resources, and land use. This listserv will not duplicate the benefits of other valuable listservs available as it is intended to serve as a safe forum for open and candid dialogue junior scholars.
Beyond a traditional listserv, we will use this list to facilitate paper exchanges among our ranks. Those who choose to participate in the paper exchanges will gain the benefit of two colleagues reading and commenting on their work. Signing onto the listserv does not commit you to the paper exchange program. [If senior scholars are interested in volunteering to comment on a paper or two over the course of the year, please let us know by e-mailing jol at buffalo dot edu.]
To join the listserv, please send the following information to jol at buffalo dot edu
(2) Current Institution
(3) Years Teaching
Looks like a great resource for junior scholars--go ahead and sign up!
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