We are still accepting new applications, though application review is currently underway. — apply here!
As a central part of its educational and research mission, SCRiM hosts an annual summer school to foster opportunities for collaboration and to provide a solid foundation in the broad, multidisciplinary knowledge, tools, and methods of the diverse fields participating in the network.
A key focus of the workshop is developing a common vocabulary to help foster enhanced cross-disciplinary communication, enabling the possibility for future research and decision support collaborations. Participants will also gain hands-on experience with key methods and tools including robust decisionmaking, use of simple models, and analysis of relevant datasets.
This program is targeted at postdocs, advanced graduate students, and early-career professionals in the decisionmaking and policy communities who are working on issues related to climate risk.
The dates of the 7th Annual Summer School on Sustainable Climate Risk Management are July 29 - August 2. In most cases, lodging, meals, registration, and travel costs will be fully covered for participants (see further details at the bottom of this page). International applicants are welcomed.
This year’s Summer School is co-supported by the NOAA Mid-Atlantic RISA (MARISA)
|Earth System Modeling|
|Policy Analysis and Robust Decisionmaking|
|Climate and the Built Environment|
|Coupled Epistemic-Ethical Analysis|
|Climate Change Communication|
To apply, fill out the online application. We are still accepting applications, though application review is currently underway. Applications submitted after May 4 may not receive full consideration.
Please contact Katerina Kostadinova (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the program or application process.
Additional details on cost support for Summer School participants: Federal, state, and local government employees are strongly encouraged to apply. However, in most cases, NSF rules prohibit us from covering the travel, lodging, and meal costs for U.S. Federal employees. In certain circumstances, conflict-of-interest concerns may also limit our ability to cover these costs for employees of other government entities. Please contact Katerina Kostadinova (email@example.com) with any questions regarding this.