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ICFA 42 “Climate Change and the Anthropocene” is this week!

ICFA 42 is almost upon us! The link to the page with the program details has been emailed to all paid registrants.

The program is being continually updated, so before emailing with questions or corrections, please ensure you have the most recent version. Each daily program upload is time/date stamped next to the link.

The program is hotlinked to the relevant Zoom room, and individual papers are hotlinked as well. Please be sure to review any relevant presentations beforehand because panels will be Q&A only, with no paper summaries permitted for time reasons. The presentation to access ahead of time can be any of PowerPoint/Prezi/MP4 videos, MP3 audio, or PDFs.


* Code of conduct:
* Netiquette:
* FAQ Sheet for Presenters:
* YouTube channel playlists for videos on using Zoom and creating uploads:
* Hashtag: #ICFA42


Scholar’s Choice and the book room are linked on the program page. The book room link will go live imminently. This resource is available only to registered attendees.


We have received reports that many people’s spam filters are sweeping up emails sent through our event management software. This is mostly happening with EDU accounts and email accounts serviced by ISPs. Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, and the like seem to be OK, but now that I’ve said that out loud…

The subject line for the email with the hotlinked program sent on March 8, 2021, is: Program links for ICFA 42 “Climate Change and the Anthropocene.” The hotlinked version of this email was sent on March 15, 2021, with this subject line: ICFA 42 “Climate Change and the Anthropocene” is this week!

If you aren’t receiving emails, please check your spam filter for these dates and subject lines, and unblock us.

See you in a few days!

–Karen Hellekson for the Reg team (iafareg AT

If you are registered for ICFA 42, you have received an email that contains information on accessing the version of the program that contains the links. If you are sure that you have registered for the conference, and you did not receive the email, please check your spam folder as a lot of our emails have been sent to spam recently.

If you are sure you are registered for the conference and did not find the email with the program information in it, please let us know.

Public Engagement with Science,Technology, Innovation

Tenured Associate or Full Professor in Public Engagement with Science, Technology, Innovation
(Job #16530)

Arizona State University’s School for the Future of Innovation in Society (SFIS: seeks applications for a (tenured) associate or full professor in public engagement with science, technology, and innovation (STI). We are particularly interested in candidates who have an exceptional track record in scholarship, education, and engagement and who will work with a vibrant and diverse faculty to grow a program of work in this area with national and global recognition and impact.

We seek a senior faculty member who has important experience and expertise in engagement with under-represented or excluded communities. The approach to public engagement may be as varied as informal education, citizen science, art/science collaboration, public deliberation, or participatory technology assessment, grassroots innovation, etc. However, there must be considerable expertise related to including and working with Black communities, Indigenous communities, and/or people of color; and/or rural or economically excluded populations.