Sustainability Institute Seminar on Interdisciplinary Grants
The Sustainability Institute invites you to "Healthy Air, Land and Water: How to Develop, Win and Execute Interdisciplinary Grants for Research." Join us as we explore the steps involved in submitting winning grants as well as what to do once the grant has been awarded.
Hosted by Healthy Air, Land and Water Research Co-Leads Jay Martin (FABE) and Linda Weavers (CEGE), this panel discussion will focus on the process involved in submitting proposals, how to find and work with collaborators and how to avoid the usual pitfalls. Pedro Alvarez from Rice University joins Ohio State's Berry Lyons and Robyn Wilson on the discussion panel.
Pedro Alvarez, the George R. Brown Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rice University; Director, NSF-sponsored Engineering Research Center on Nanotechnology-Enabled Water Treatment.
Berry Lyons, Distinguished University Scholar, School of Earth Sciences
Robyn Wilson, Professor, School of Environmental and Natural Resources
10:30 am Welcome and Opening
- Elena Irwin, Sustainability Institute Faculty Director; Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics
10:35 am HALW Introduction, HALW Research Leads
- Jay Martin, Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
- Linda Weavers, Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering
10:45 am Panelist introductions and discussion
- Pedro Alvarez
- Berry Lyons
- Robyn Wilson
11:30 am Audience Q&A
11:50 am Discussion Wrap-Up
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