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UO funding opportunity! Social-environmental seed funding -- Resilience Initiative

From: on behalf of Cassandra Moseley
Date: Sunday, June 9, 2019 at 6:09 AM
Subject: esfaculty: Social-environmental seed funding -- Resilience Initiative

All:

As we transition to summer, I wanted to be sure that you had seen the announcement for the seed funding program sponsored by the Vice President for Research and Innovation. This funding opportunity is focused on interdisciplinary social-environment research. This program will fund convenings, pilot research, and postdoc(s).

Northwest Climate Conference Oct 2019 (abstracts due June 7th)

This from OCCRI
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We are pleased to announce the call for abstracts for the 10th Annual Northwest Climate conference, to be held in Portland, Oregon October 8-10, 2019 at the Sentinel Hotel. (https://www.nwclimateconference.org/). We invite you and your colleagues to submit abstracts for oral presentations, poster presentations, and special sessions. Abstracts are due Friday, June 7th, 2019.

UO opposing Oregon climate agenda?

Colleagues -- Does anyone have knowledge on this that makes it look different than how the Oregonian has written it up?  Ron

OCCRI's 10th Anniversary Symposium

Hi Ron,

Just wanted to make sure you and the UO contingent got this invite - I know there’s a competing event going on in Eugene that day, and we apologize for that schedule conflict!

OCCRI seeking new director

This from Phil -- he is now Vice Provost and Dean up the street and will, I imagine, answer questions you may have.  Ron

Interdisciplinary Social-Environmental Research Symposium

All, This is a university-wide initative that some may be interested in. Follow the links as needed.  Ron

 

Working on climate engineering?

All,
Prof. Sikina Jinnah, a professor of politics and environmental studies at UC-Santa Cruz, will be the keynote speaker at the Tuesday, May 5th, CCRG Symposium, speaking from 12-1 (most likely). Jinnah is an expert on climate engineering, both the technical and the socio-political side. I wanted to see if there were any people working on climate engineering, or planning to in the near future, who would like to meet with her if we can arrange it. Email me at rmitchel@uoregon.edu if you are interested in doing so.
Best,

outreach to the community on climate change

Colleagues,
I have gotten two recent outreach requests to present on climate change. I cannot fulfill them because of scheduling conflicts and expertise deficits. If anyone would like to follow up with Blankenship or Standstipher, emails below, I am confident they would appreciate it.
Thanks, Ron
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From: Laura Blankenship laura@fernridgelibrary.org
Subject: Climate Change program at the Fern Ridge Library

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