A multi-disciplinary team of university faculty are designing graduate student experiences to help them successfully contribute to team based approaches for addressing complex challenges. The educational experience will develop graduate students and post docs capable of applying “team science” for engaging multiple disciplines in addressing a wicked food, energy, and water (FEW) challenge.
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NAU researchers win $3 million NSF grant to train teams of data detectives with ecological expertise
A team at Northern Arizona University just won a five-year, nearly $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to train graduate students in tackling big ecological questions through informatics, collaboration and better communication.
The MIT Water Summit will take place November 15-16, 2018. This year’s MIT Water Summit brings together representatives of industry, academia, government, and NGOs to reflect upon the unique water challenges facing cities from around the globe.
The first International Competition for Films About Water is proudly organised and hosted by Let's Talk About Water.
Selected films and winners will be presented at the next festival in February 2019 in Delft, the Netherlands.
Dear Colleague Letter: Research Coordination Networks (RCNs) for Driving Convergent Science in the Critical Zone
With this Dear Colleague Letter, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Earth Sciences (EAR) within the Directorate for Geosciences (GEO) announces an intent to support one or more Research Coordination Networks (RCNs) to enable leadership and participation by new and existing groups of researchers in the field of Critical-Zone (CZ) science.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is offering a week-long tutorial on the Community Terrestrial Systems Model (CTSM) on 4-8 February 2019. The deadline for applications is Friday, November 2, 2018. The tutorial is limited to ~50 students. Applicants will be notified whether or not their application has been accepted by the end of November.