Arizona State University Tempe Campus
Wrigley Hall 401
The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) recently launched two calls for proposals for novel synthesis research on topics that address fundamental questions about the linkages between humans and the environment. Click here for a flyer on these opportunities (opens in a new window).
Support is available for team meetings at our Center in Annapolis, Maryland, including travel, accommodations, group facilitation, advanced cyberinfrastructure, data aggregation and analysis, and database management. Depending upon the project, PI and research assistant salaries and student stipends may also be available.
SESYNC researcher Kelly Hondula will give a brief intro and be available for an informal Q&A session. If you would like to learn more but have a time conflict, please email Kelly at email@example.com
In addition to ongoing programs, current opportunities are available to fund:
- Graduate student synthesis teams (5–7 PhD students) focusing on one of two broad Themes:
- Cities in Sustainable Resource Management
- Surprise in Human Adaptation to Environmental Change
Details at: www.sesync.org/opportunities/grad-themes-2014
Proposals must be submitted by July 30, 2014.
- Data-intensive and/or modeling projects that develop tools and/or advance the understanding of socio-environmental systems.
Details at: www.sesync.org/opportunities/data-modeling-ses-2
Proposals must be submitted by August 4, 2014.