The NHERI Summer Institute will be held June 16-17, 2021, in-person at the University of Texas at San Antonio's (UTSA) Downtown Campus and online.
Early-career faculty, graduate students, K-12 educators, engineers, and researchers who want to learn more about the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) community are encouraged to register for the online event. Participants will learn about:
We encourage early-career professionals and faculty, established professionals and faculty, graduate students, and K-12 educations and administrators to register for the online event.
There is no fee for attending the NHERI Summer Institute for Early-Career Faculty. Registered attendees will receive the links to each session, access to the recorded sessions and session PowerPoints, and the opportunity to sign-up to meet with NHERI site representatives. Click the blue register button below to gain access to the NHERI Summer Institute for Early-Career Faculty.
Registration is now closed.
The NHERI network is composed of institutions from all around the United States and works with many international partnerships. The Summer Institute staff from the NHERI Education and Community Outreach (ECO) office are based at the University of Texas in San Antonio, Texas.
The events listed below, except where noted*, will be recorded and posted online for registered attendees to access. All registered attendees will receive the links to each online meeting via email and may also sign-up to meet with site representatives at various NHERI Networking opportunities throughout Day 1 and Day 2.
At the Summer Institute, attendees are shown presentations about the NHERI program, the NHERI sites and the processes researchers can follow to make use of NHERI resources. These presentations are available (as PDFs) as a publication in the DesignSafe Data Depot:
If you know a group who may be interested in participating in the 2021 Summer Institute, please share this page or the Summer Institute Flyer (PDF) with them.