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Recognizing that science and technology researchers cannot solve complex environmental problems alone, the C-NSPIRE interdisciplinary graduate certificate program aims to address the longstanding need for a corps of top-flight scientists capable of communicating the relevance of their work at the science-policy interface. The primary objective of this certificate is to provide students an interdisciplinary perspective of the science related to the global N- and C-cycles, introduce students to public policy studies, and give them experience communicating their science in the policy realm.
Applications for spring admission have been extended and are now due Dec 15, 2018 by 11:59pm (PST). For more information on this certificate program, please visit the website: https://cereo.wsu.edu/c-nspire-certificate-program/, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NW Climate Science Center invites proposals from faculty at UW, BSU, UM, WSU and WWU for funding to support research by graduate students and post-docs in fields relating to understanding and addressing climate impacts on NW natural and cultural resources, and training of these NW CSC Fellows in the principles and practices of co-producing decision-relevant (“actionable”) science. Funding will be available as early as Fall 2017, to support research performed during the 17-18 academic year (at least through December 2017).
For details about the fellowship and how to apply, please click here. Applications should be emailed to email@example.com- those received before 11 September 2017 will be given preference.
Woodinville, Wash. – An interactive summit focusing on the future of the food system in the greater Seattle metropolitan area will be held on Friday, November 18, at the Brightwater Convention Center.
Hosted by Washington State University (WSU) Metro Food Energy Water Seed Grant Research Team, the Urban Food-Energy-Water Summit provides an opportunity for the public to gain a deeper understanding of food, energy and water (FEW) interdependence in the greater Seattle area. A morning keynote address and panel discussion will be held from 8:30-11 a.m. and is open to the public. This will include presentations about research and discussions addressing the need for integrated natural resource management approaches. The panel discussion will be a forum for diverse stakeholders to share their perspectives on local food and agriculture.
A by-invitation afternoon breakout session and luncheon will be held after the public portion of the Summit from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Participants will discuss the various characteristics of resilient regional food systems. They will also assist in identifying future research directions that will support local decision makers when developing policies. Please contact Liz Allen if you would like an invitation to the afternoon session.
Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP at www.urbanfew.brownpapertickets.com. For more information about this summit, visit www.metrocenter.wsu.edu/metrofew-summit2016. To learn more about the Urban Food, Energy and Water project, visit http://metrocenter.wsu.edu/metrofew/.
Liz Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org, 774-437-2819
C-NSPIRE Graduate Certificate Program Deadline Extended – June 17th, 2016. For application information, please visit: https://cereo.wsu.edu/c-nspire-certificate-program/
Horton Hydrology Research Grant- due 15 April 2016
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Civil and Environmental Engineering
CE 503- Air Quality Management (Herring)
CE 506- Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange Methods- Theory and Measurements of Turbulent Fluxes (Liu)
CE 588- Atmospheric Turbulence and Air Quality Modeling (Lamb)
CEREO director Stephanie Hampton reports out on a highly productive two-day science communication workshop in Straight from the Scientist: Stephanie HamptonCOMPASS blog:
The ACS is sponsoring a talk by Dr. Evan DeLucia on 9 November 2015 (CUB 210- Junior Ballroom East) at 4:10pm. Dr. DeLucia became director of the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment whose aim is to synergize environmental efforts on the University of Illinois campus with nearby cities by promoting green sustainability education and outreach. (more info)