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Join the NHERI Graduate Student Council for our Inaugural NHERI GSC Mini-Conference on Friday, May 26th, 2023! This fully virtual one-day event will bring together graduate students in the field of natural hazards to present ongoing innovative research, network, and collaborate across disciplines. We invite any interested faculty, graduate students, industry professionals, and anyone interested to join us. Presentations include posters, panels, and our Research Challenge session! For more information, the live program, or to register, visit the Mini-Conference website: https://bit.ly/2023NHERIGSC_MiniConf(opens a new window).
In our May NHERI GSC General Meeting, Dr. Tracy Kijewski-Correa, professor of engineering and global affairs in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, provided an engaging presentation titled "Journal Rejection Triage System for Natural Hazards Publications." If you would like to learn more about his presentation and previous NHERI GSC meetings, please visit www.designsafe-ci.org/learning-center/nheri-graduate-student-council/explore/meetings/.
NHERI support for graduate students. The NHERI Graduate Student Council provides an opportunity for graduate students to:
The NHERI Graduate Student Council offers graduate students interested in natural hazards research a chance to connect with other like-minded students. The GS Council meetings will support graduate students in building a network of support in the natural hazards field. The council will connect graduate students to natural hazard leaders, schedule workshops on careers, research, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) while providing leadership, service, and funding opportunities.
NHERI Graduate Student Council membership is open to all graduate students interested in natural hazards research. This includes those graduate students who focus on engineering, as well as those who focus on social science or medicine related to natural hazards disasters. Graduate students from racial and ethnic underrepresented groups in engineering, women, and veterans are encouraged to register for NHERI Graduate Student Council membership. While we encourage membership from institutions around the globe, funding opportunities are currently limited to members in U.S. Institutions.
Registration for the NHERI Graduate Student Council will remain open indefinitely, and the ECO or GS Council leadership will contact new members at the beginning of each month.
Click the links below to find out more information about the NHERI Graduate Student Council. As we build the Council together, we will offer more information. To register to become a member, click the link above and provide your ideas. Your input makes all the difference!
The Education and Community Outreach (ECO) and the ECO Committee host the NHERI Graduate Student Council. If you have questions about the Council or the registration process, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to hear from you!