Symposium on Resilience Research for Global Development Challenges

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September 30, 9am - 5pm & October 1, 9am - 12pm

Hosted at the ENR2 Building, University of Arizona

Open to UArizona faculty, staff, students

OVERVIEW

The Arizona Institutes for Resilience (AIR) International Programs is coordinating a cross-campus initiative to establish the University of Arizona as a thought leader in addressing global challenges related to resilience. We seek to mobilize University of Arizona faculty, staff, and students with experience, expertise, and interest in climate change, conflict, human rights, global health, food security, migration, water resources, and other resilience-related themes.

This in-person, 1.5-day symposium provides an interactive forum to showcase University of Arizona global resilience-related activities and to create a strategy for responding to opportunities for research, training, and outreach support.

REGISTRATION & CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Due by August 6, 2021: Fill out the survey to submit a short abstract to present your research.

Due by September 24, 2021: Register to attend using the same survey for abstract submissions.

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Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we can accommodate a limited number of people in person, so please register early. We will be in touch with registered participants regarding the full program details and steps we are taking to keep you safe at this in-person event on campus according to University of Arizona protocols.

When

9 a.m. Sept. 30, 2021 to Noon Oct. 1, 2021