Our June Newsletter highlights recent SESYNC-supported research.
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The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) offers an integrated program for collaborative and individual research focused on critical problems in socio-environmental science. All projects are initiated by a proposal to SESYNC. Unless otherwise noted, requests for proposals are issued twice each year with proposal submission deadlines of May 15 and October 15. Funding is determined on the basis of a review conducted by the SESYNC Scientific Review Committee in July and December.
|Feb 15 / Field Notes: Predicting how the pet trade spreads infectious disease|
|Nov 28 / Problem Framing and Co-creation|
|Nov 3 / A Co-creation Challenge: Aligning Research and Policy Processes|
|Nov 3 / Should I Trust that Model?|
|Nov 1 / Could Climate Change Keep Kids Out of School? A Q&A with Environmental Sociologist and Demographer, Heather Randell|
|Sep 7 / Toxic Breakdown|