The following funding opportunities are currently available at SESYNC:

Introduction to Social and Ecological Network Analysis Short Course 2020
Deadline: Jun 02, 2020

This 5-day online short course (July 13–17, 2020) introduces the theory and practice of social and ecological network analysis. While standard statistical analyses assume that data on entities (e.g., people, organizations, animals) are independent, network analysis focuses on the relationships among entities to explain emergent properties of complex systems. Network analysis has a long tradition across many disciplines, and this course combines approaches from both the social and natural sciences to inform new strategies for studying socio-environmental systems.

Propose a Short Course
Deadline: Dec 31, 2021

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please contact SESYNC prior to submitting a proposal.

The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) supports short courses on topics relevant to socio-environmental systems, the synthesis process, data management and analysis, or cyberinfrastructure tools. Short-courses are typically 3–10 days in duration.