CSPO’s Issues in Science and Technology launches newsletter


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CSPO’s Issues in Science and Technology launches newsletter

Sign up for the ISST newsletter on the journal’s homepage, and check out articles on the COVID-19 pandemic, including one from sustainability scientist Dan Sarewitz.

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ASU-USAID Digi-Know webinar on digital ed strategies

In this April 8 webinar, sustainability scientists Mary Jane Paramentier and Faheem Hussain will present recent developments in education delivery using digital technologies and the emergence of artificial intelligence in education.

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Solve Climate by 2030: A Virtual Teach-In

On Tuesday, April 7, sustainability scientist Jennifer Richter will host one of 52 simultaneous state-by-state webinars as part of a virtual teach-in on climate solutions and justice.

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ASU offers new virtual backdrops for Zoom

Download one or more ASU-themed virtual backgrounds and show your Sun Devil spirit! Choose from options including libraries, athletic facilities, aerial views of campus and great outdoor locations.

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Seager hosts virtual talks on resilient healthcare infrastructure

Topics so far include adaptive capacity, availability of data, resilience engineering responses, and taking a resilience (rather than a risk) approach to COVID-19.

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NSF CAREER awarded to Arianne Cease

Most CAREER awards are given on second or third submissions. For Cease, the third submission was the charm. Junior faculty interested in applying for a CAREER award should contact the Global Futures Laboratory Research Development Office.

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High school students from Chandler receive $50,000 grant

The grant, from ASU’s Healthy Urban Environments initiative, creates a solutions-focused, hands-on learning opportunity for high school students who are developing and testing a heat stroke prevention device.

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NSF offers flexibility and policy guidance

NSF understands the effects the COVID-19 challenge will have on NSF-funded research and facilities, and they are committed to providing flexibility to support your health and safety as well as your work.

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ASU professor works to mitigate impact of extreme heat in Tokyo Olympics

Sustainability scientist Jenni Vanos and an interdisciplinary team studied air temperature variation at planned Olympic venues and how the extreme August heat will impact athletes, spectators and volunteers.

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KE Analytics offers access to new data platform

A webinar for early career researchers will take place on April 9. The session will cover Dimensions data sets, literature reviews, finding collaborators, funding and more.