Postdoctoral Fellowship Program immerses fellows in foundational theories of other disciplines.
Looking to lessons from the past to inform the future
Cities face increasing threats to water supplies, but how can they transition towards more sustainable water management? Rapid urbanization, population growth, regulatory frameworks, and multiple competing demands combine to complicate the ability for urban water managers to guarantee future water supplies.
The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) announces that 12 new inter-disciplinary research projects have been supported. The selected projects were submitted through SESYNC’s spring request for proposals (RFP) for collaborative team-based synthesis research pursuits around emerging socio-environmental synthesis topics.
The projects include eight research Pursuits and four Workshops. More information about the awarded projects can be found below.
A team of SESYNC researchers mobilized citizen science data to better understand changing monarch populations
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