NHERI Virtual Presentation
for Early Career Faculty
Attend the NHERI Virtual Presentation for Early Career Faculty on June 29—30, 2020.
This is an alternative program to the NHERI Summer Institute.
The deadline to register is June 26, 2020
The NHERI Virtual Presentation for Early Career Faculty will be held on June 29—30, 2020. This program is for educators, engineers, and researchers who want to learn more about the Natural Hazards Engineering Research (NHERI) community, especially for early career faculty interested in learning more about NHERI resources and NSF proposal submissions. Participants will learn about:
- The mission of the NHERI program
- Writing a grant proposal
- Requesting research resources within the NHERI network
- Computational research and data management
All participants—early career professional and faculty, educators and administrators, and established professionals and faculty—are welcome to attend.
A preliminary schedule of events includes:
- Day 1, June 29:
- Research grant proposal writing
- NHERI network research sites
- Day 2, June 30:
- Engaging with NHERI sites: individual research meetings
During the two days, participants will have opportunities to ask questions during the presentations as well as meet individually with NHERI facilities to discuss research. This creates a platform to discuss research grant proposal ideas and potential partnerships.
Name and Affiliation
Thank you for registering to attend the NHERI Virtual Presentation for Early Career Faculty this summer! Details on how to attend the virtual presentations will be sent to all registrants closer to the event dates.