The first workshop: "S-E Approaches to Watershed Management and Governance Workshop" is now accepting applications. Deadline: January 10, 2019
The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) seeks Collaborating Mentors interested in mentoring incoming SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellows and co-developing socio-environmental synthesis research projects with them. The mentor may be affiliated with any organization or institution, and we welcome mentors from universities, NGOs, government agencies, and other research institutions.
The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) is pleased to welcome Dr. Nate Jones as a new SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow. Nate is a Hydrological and Ecological Engineer with a Ph.D. in Biological Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech. Prior to Virginia Tech, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering from the University of Arkansas at Fayettville. Get to know our newest researcher:
Name: Nate Jones
See below for details on SESYNC's Mixer at ESA, as well as presentations by SESYNC affiliated researchers.
By EMILY CASSIDY
As Lake Chad vanishes, seven million people are on the brink of starvation
Elizabeth Herzfeldt-Kamprath joins SESYNC as the Multimedia Specialist, where her work will focus on creating video stories to help communicate the important work supported by SESYNC.
By: Kate Weiss, SESYNC
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|Jan 28 / Graduate Pursuit: Understanding Social Responses to Environmental Shocks: A Text Mining Approach|
|Jan 28 / Rapid Research Talks by Public Health Immersion Scholars|