About the authors of this living document
This handbook is an ongoing project led by the Student Handbook Collective.
It is participatory and inclusive so everyone’s ideas and contributions are welcome!
It is written by: people involved with the course – previous agroecology students (from NMBU and SLU), fellow students in related programs who also work with agroecology, and with insights from members of the program.
However, it is influenced by many more: two workshops were held at SLU in May and NMBU in June 2019 with current and former students, to address how we support each other in the student-to-career pathway. The text also reflects conversations over the years between former and current students. The handbook is only as valid as it is continually built and re-written – this is the first edition.
Maybe you are an author! Add comments to any page, and it will be incorporated into future versions. (Your first comment will be hidden until someone reviews it…after that use the same email address and you can comment instantly.) To get involved with editing, contact a current author:
Contributing authors of the 2019 Edition
Idil Akdos – MSc Agroecology graduate 2019
Erin Byers – MSc Agroecology graduate 2016
Tony Martel – MSc International Relations graduate 2019