The PCC welcomes proposals for mini symposia to be held at University of Washington or nearby for the PCC community and visitors. The PCC will provide financial support up to $5,000 to pay for venue, food and travel. Application deadline is October 15, 2018. One award will be made.
2017/2018 PCC Mini-Symposia
To learn more about PCC mini-symposia, take a look at Cristi Proistosescu (JISAO) & Kyle Armour’s (Oceanography and Atmospheric Sciences) blog post “LOOKING BACK AT “USING PAST OBSERVATIONS TO CONSTRAIN FUTURE CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE” THE INAUGURAL MINI-SYMPOSIUM”
The second 2017-2018 mini-symposia will be a Wildfire Smoke Risk Communication Stakeholder Synthesis Symposium (WSRC S3) and will convene local practitioners and the UW PCC community to discuss the current state of wildfire and risk communication research. They will identify and prioritize needs, barriers, collaborative solutions and funding sources to promote effective wildfire smoke risk communication across Washington State. Proposal team includes Tania Busch-Isaksen, PhD, MPH, Annie Doubleday, MPH Student, Claire Pendergast, MPH Student, Heidi Roop, PhD, CIG and NWCSC, and the lead, Nicole Errett, PhD, MSPH. Please contact Nicole Errett at email@example.com if you are interested in symposium planning or would like to learn more.
for graduate students nearing completion of their Graduate Certificate in Climate Science
for students with a clear passion for working across academic boundaries on projects
grounded in climate science broadly considered. Check back for funding opportunities.
Updated 13 July 2018