DEADLINE Aug. 12: Coastlines and People initiative scoping sessions for Sept. 26-28 workshops
August 1, 2018
Prospective participants are encouraged to apply to attend scoping sessions that will identify priorities for NSF’s Coastlines and People research initiative. Applications are due by Aug. 12 (11:59 pm local time). The workshops will be held Sept. 26-28.
More information is available on the Coastlines and People scoping session Website https://coastlinesandpeople.org/.
Four, simultaneous, three-day scoping sessions will be hosted by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research and facilitated by Knowinnovation on NSF’s behalf. Workshop will be held in San Diego, Chicago, and Atlanta. A fourth “virtual” workshop will be scheduled on mountain time.
Applicants will be notified of their status by late August. Travel support will be provided for participants invited to attend.
More information and answers to frequently asked questions are on the scoping-workshop Website https://coastlinesandpeople.org.
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