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A Note from SHE’s President – Robert Dyball

Welcome to the Society for Human Ecology (SHE). Human Ecology presents a uniquely interdisciplinary approach to understanding the interactions between humans and their environments. SHE has a proud history, now some 30 years old, as a forum to debate and propose solutions to the problems that arise in these human-environmental systems. After a successful SHEXXII conference at Los Banos in the Philippines (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ4GHs4Mbek&feature=youtu.be) we are extremely excited to be taking SHEXXIII to Lisbon. All details are at https://sheconference2018.weebly.com/.

SHE is constantly working to update its profile and reach, including membership benefits. Having successfully transitioned the Society’s journal, Human Ecology Review, into online and open-access https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/human-ecology-review the next priority is to completely revamp this website. Your suggestions to help achieve this would be gratefully received.

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  1. Florence L. Murray / Mar 5 2016 3:15 pm

    Good morning. I am so glad to find this organization. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La. seems to have disassembled its School of Human Ecology, the school from which I earned my B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences, Human Services Mgmt. degree (1999). I am beyond disappointment. When a bit more time allows I will get back on your site and do some reading, perhaps join your organization. Kind regards, Florence Murray, CFLE, Kerrville, Texas.

    • Rob Dyball / Mar 12 2016 12:47 am

      Nice to hear from you. If Facebook is your thing you can like us there and get updates, or follow us on Twitter @humanecology.
      Cheers
      Rob

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