There are many ways to get involved with SEPN. While all memberships are free, some services may require cash and/or in-kind supports (e.g., accessing graduate students or researchers). Memberships may be upgraded at any time.
Organizations and Policy-Makers
Researchers working with SEPN have opportunities to:
- Further understanding of how policies themselves contribute to the “policy-practice gap”
- Develop directions for enhancing sustainability policy and practice in education in Canada and more broadly
- Publish through a range of scholarly and professional publications, venues, forums, and conferences
- Disseminate broadly through SEPN’s interactive website and growing Network
- Fund graduate students through stipends and research assistantships
- Link with collaborative research opportunities with community organizations
- Participate in monthly collaboration and colloquia series
If you are interested in doing research with SEPN, please contact Nicola Chopin at nicola.chopin (at) usask.ca.