Deadline Extended: New GFL Research Accelerator


Deadline Extended: New GFL Research Accelerator

A few spots still available. Apply to participate in this Global Futures program designed for early to mid-career faculty and research professors. You’ll learn adaptive, nimble and impactful solutions to improve your research strategy, innovation and competitiveness.

Meg Lowman

Wrigley Lecture rebroadcast: CanopyMeg Lowman

Lowman is a pioneer in treetop science. She gives a fascinating presentation on canopy exploration, inclusivity in science, and how her work can create sustainable practices on local and global scales.

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ASU leads in RAPID awards for COVID-19 response

In response to its Dear Colleague letter, the National Science Foundation has awarded 202 RAPID awards totaling almost $32 million dollars. Arizona State University has received 6 awards, the top single university to receive an award.

Flattening the curve in rural Navajo and Hopi communities

Two initiatives, shared by GIOS receptionist Shaundiin Yazzie and led by her sisters, offer opportunities to get involved, donate time or resources to support the COVID-19 response.

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Webinar on NSF-approved formats for support documents

The 40-minute webinar provides policy guidance for new requirements that take effect June 1, along with a walk-through of the user experience and answers to some frequently asked questions.

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Halden: Humanity and ecosystems are inextricably linked

Sustainability scientist Rolf Halden’s new book, Environment, was the subject of a recent online event that drew over 200 attendees. The book explores our essential interconnectedness with our surroundings.

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Middel receives CAREER for work in heat mitigation

Sustainability scientist Ariane Middel has been awarded an NSF CAREER to look at heat from a human perspective, using an innovative mobile sensor called “MaRTy,” pictured.

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The new normal: Salon, Kuby call for survey responses

To help government agencies and communities recover faster from COVID-19 and become more resilient to the next adverse event, results of this study will be shared widely.


Public Interest Technology University Network announces Year 2 Challenge

The PIT-UN Challenge will prioritize projects that further the positive social impact of technology for all communities. Centering community needs may be demonstrated by incorporating community partners in the design and execution of proposed projects. Apply by July 16.

Envisioning the Future story contest

ASU’s Narrative Storytelling Initiative, in collaboration with the Global Futures Laboratory, has extended the deadline to May 19 for the “Envisioning the Future” story contest. Winning entries earn cash prizes.

Meg Bouvier

Free on-demand grantsmanship training for ASU researchers

Learn from Meg Bouvier, whose courses have provided foundational NIH grantsmanship training to ASU researchers, faculty, post-docs, graduate students, and administrators for over four years.