Fellow student researchers will gather in an informal setting to explore the interactions between natural and social systems. Previously presented topics include:
- Natural resources (energy, water, agriculture)
- Man/nature interactions
- Coupled systems
- Urban studies
- Climate change impacts and policies
- Public health
- Institutions and governance
- Poverty and development
- Innovations and technology
- Growth and macroeconomics
Other topics were also considered and researchers of all disciplines were encouraged to apply until JANUARY 31 (extended deadline).
1. There is no fee for attending the workshop. Lunches and light breakfast will be provided.
2. Priority for presentation slots is given to students in the dissertation phase of their Ph.D.
3. Workshop participants are expected to cover their own travel and lodging expenses.