Toward Convergent Solutions to Water Security: Interdisciplinary Workshop, Bozeman MT May 2022Jonathan Yoder
The Montana Water Center (another of the National Institutes for Water Resources along with the WRC) is excited to co-sponsor Water in the West: Toward Convergent Solutions to Water Security, an interdisciplinary regional workshop to be held in Bozeman, Montana in May 2022. The workshop with bring together individuals working across a wide variety of water-focused disciplines to consider the challenges of fostering convergent research (collaborative transdisciplinary research for social benefit) to protect our regional water resources.
The workshop format will include interactive facilitated sessions, lightning talks by participants, keynote speakers and public events. Keynote speakers will include John Doyle (Crow Tribal member with 35 years of experience working on water and health issues for Crow Reservation) and Dr. Faith Kearns (California Water Institute, UC Berkeley).
Travel support will be provided for participants and applications will be accepted through January 24th, 2022.
See the full call for proposals attached, and apply at: http://www.montana.edu/stes/regional-workshop.html