Call Outs: Calls for Papers, Abstracts, Proposals, and More

Call for Abstracts
International Conference on Natural Hazards and Infrastructure
Innovation Center on Natural Hazards and Infrastructure
Deadline: May 31, 2018

Abstracts submission are now being accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Natural Hazards & Infrastructure (ICONHIC) to be held June 23-26, 2019, in Chania, Greece. Submissions must be between 250 to 450 words and adhere to conference topics. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. For more information about how to submit, visit the author’s page on the ICONHIC website.


Call for Feedback
EDGe$ Tool
National Institute for Standards and Technology
Deadline: June 15, 2018

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking feedback about on the usefulness of use of EDGe$, a software-based tool designed to help communities select cost-effective resilience projects. NIST is especially interested in comments from planners, financial experts, public works officials, and engineers who work on city, county, or regional infrastructure projects. For more information how to download the tool and provide feedback, visit the call for feedback web page.


Call for Applications
Marian R. Stuart Grant
American Psychological Foundation
Deadline: July 1, 2018

The American Psychological Foundation is accepting applications for the Marian R. Stuart Grant, to further research and practice related to the connection between mental and physical health. The $20,000 grant is primarily meant for early career psychologists, particularly those doing work within the domain of public health. For more information on how to apply, visit the grant website.


Call for Volunteers
Website Monitoring Analysts
Environmental Data and Governance Initiative
Deadline: Open

The Environmental Data and Government Initiative is looking for volunteers to assist with tracking and classify changes related to environmental information on federal websites. Volunteers should be able to commit 5-10 hours per week and monitor web information over a three-day cycle. Find more information on the Environmental Data and Government Initiative website or at the flyer linked above.