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Immersion Distinguished Scholar Workshop

Immersion Distinguished Scholar Workshop.

The Immersion Program centers around a series of collaborative workshops led by Immersion Distinguished Scholars. These workshops are designed to immerse participants in theories and methods foundational to understanding current environmental challenges and their underlying socio-environmental systems. 

This is a closed workshop designed for SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellows.

SESYNC Welcomes New Postdoctoral Fellow

 

SESYNC is excited to welcome Xavier Benito as a postdoctoral fellow!

Name: Xavier Benito

Ph.D.: Ecology

Hometown: Tortosa (Catalunya, Spain)

SESYNC Project: Critical transitions in Andean Socio-Environmental systems

How would you describe your primary field of study?

Aquatic ecology

Fall Seminar: Dr. Nalini Nadkarni

From Ivory Tower to Prison Tower: How Scientists can Engage the Science-Unengaged

Seminar presented by Nalini Nadkarni, Professor, Department of Biology at the University of Utah.

Scientists are increasingly concerned with the growing dis

Scholars seek to bridge disciplines for socio-environmental research

Over three days in June, 244 scholars from 23 countries and 37 states and Puerto Rico participated in the conference called Boundary Spanning: Advances in Socio-Environmental Systems Research international symposium in Annapolis, Maryland, to learn, share knowledge, and collaborate around socio-environmental research.

SESYNC researchers selected as Oceana Science Advisors

 

On June 8th, Oceana, an international ocean conservation advocacy organization, announced their new Oceana Sciences Advisors initiative. The advisors span a range of disciplines and expertise and will work with Oceana’s “Save the Oceans, Feed the World” campaign to inform and consult on fisheries, food systems, economics, climate change and marine biodiversity.

SESYNC Hosts Boundary Spanning Symposium Summary

Boundary Spanning:  Advances in Socio-Environmental Systems Research brought together 244 leaders, emerging scholars, and other key individuals interested in innovating research and processes for solving socio-environmental problems. The participants came from 23 countries and 37 states and Puerto Rico to learn, share, and collaborate around socio-environmental research.

SESYNC Hosts International Symposium

 

ANNAPOLIS—The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF), Resources for the Future (RFF), and University of Maryland (UMD) is convening an international symposium on June 11 to 13, 2018. Boundary Spanning:  Advances in Socio-Environmental Systems Research will bring together 250 leaders, emerging scholars, and other key individuals interested in innovating research and processes for solving socio-environmental problems. 

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