Call Outs: Calls for Papers, Abstracts, Proposals, and More
Call for Applications
Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction Scholarships
University College London
Deadline: April 29, 2019
University College London is accepting applications for four scholarships that will defray the cost of overseas tuition fees for students enrolled in master’s programs offered by the university’s Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction. Scholarships of up to $12,500 will be available to those studying disaster resilience, disaster science, disaster reduction, and disaster risk. Applicants should apply to their chosen program through the regular university application system. For more information and to submit an application, visit the call for applications above.
Call for Papers
Special Issue: Demonstrated Community Disaster Resilience
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Deadline: April 30, 2019
The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health is inviting submission for a special issue featuring evidence-based case studies that exemplifying community disaster resilience successes and challenges, with an emphasis on real world and quantifiable outcome measures. For more information and manuscript submission guidelines, visit the special issue information website above.
Call for Proposals
Climate, Environment, and Health Grants
Deadline: May 6, 2019
The Belmont Forum Research Grant program is accepting proposals for transdisciplinary research meant to improve the understanding of connections between climate, environment, and health to promote human well-being in the face of climate challenges. Proposals should investigate uncertainties that create barriers to action; address complex climate, ecosystem and health linkages; and foster the use of scientific information and climate-related decision support tools to better inform planning and enhance resilience. For more information, visit the Belmont Forum opportunities page.
Call for Applications
Celebrate 100 Grants
American Geophysical Union
Deadline: Open through 2019
The American Geophysical Union is offering 100 grants to celebrate the centennial anniversary of its founding. Grants will support grassroots engagement activities that showcase the benefits of Earth and space science. Grants will be awarded in two categories—small grants of up to $1,000 to reimburse costs of engagement activities, and grants of up to $10,000 to support larger projects. For more information on grant structure, eligibility requirements, examples of winning proposals, and to submit an application, visit the AGU100 website.