An online resource center where you can post your resume, view job openings and search for careers tailored to the Environment & Behavior fields.
EDRA Student members are eligible to apply for conference scholarships to help defray the costs of registration and travel to and from an EDRA conference.
The Graduate Student Workshop is an initiative of the Environmental Design Research Association designed to provide a forum for graduate students to present and discuss their ongoing research with senior mentors in environment-behavior design research. Held during EDRA's annual conference, the purpose of the workshop is to strengthen and further thesis/dissertation work, as well to support the development of networks for young researchers in this area, both with senior researchers and with other graduate students.
Student volunteers at the conference receive, in exchange for about 10 hours of work, access to all conferences sessions and significant additional discount off of conference registration. In additional, student volunteers have access to network with the most senior academics and practitioners in their profession. It is a window into seeing who is at EDRA and how the organization works.
Access to a Citation Index of more than 5,000 Environment, Behavior & Design articles and sources, as well as EDRA Conference Proceedings.
Membership provides access as a professional peer to leaders in your profession, and the ability to engage with them in a private online discussion board.
EDRA maintains an online directory of its membership accessible only by EDRA members. Membership gains you access to contact information of academics and practitioners in your professional domain.
The EDRA Facebook group is a community focused around students and young professionals interested in environment, behavior, and design. The group is free to join, simply search for “EDRA on Facebook” from the top search bar inside Facebook.
EDRA also has a Facebook organization page that you can “like” inside of Facebook. Liking the page will open you up to receiving professional information from EDRA, including announcements and discounts for participation in the organization. Find this page either from the www.edra.org homepage, or by searching on “Environmental Design Research Association” from inside Facebook.
If you use Twitter, consider following EDRA’s Twitter feed called “EDRAtweets” and look for hashtags such as #EDRA43, or the names of EDRA’s Networks.
EDRA has an active LinkedIn group made up of several hundred professional practitioners. The LinkedIn group has a useful discussion board feature where professional and academic questions are regularly answered by the group’s membership.