Call Outs: Calls for Papers, Abstracts, Proposals, and More
Call for Applications
Emergency Risk Communication Research and Evaluation Fellowship
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Deadline: October 1, 2018
The Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control is accepting applications for a fellowship in the Emergency Risk Communication branch. The fellow will learn to analyze public health news stories and social media to develop agency communications strategies, evaluate and communicate data collected, and conduct literature summaries and other research. For information on eligibility and to submit an application, visit the fellowship posting linked above.
Call for Applications
Community Wildfire Assistance
Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire
Deadline: October 5, 2018
The Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire (CPAW) is accepting application from communities that wish to take part in the program. Selected communities will receive on year of specialized support to reduce wildfire risk, including risk assessments, policy guidance, mitigation recommendations, and other assistance. For more information on community eligibility, application requirements, visit the CPAW website.
Call for Papers
The Impact of Hurricanes on Children and Families and Interconnected Systems
Journal of Family Strengths
Deadline: October 31, 2018
The Journal of Family Strengths is accepting abstract of papers to be published in a special issue focused on the impacts of hurricanes on children and the related systems that support them. Papers from all disciplines will be accepted. Editors are especially interested in papers that highlight recover over time and those that present novel interventions. For more information, visit the call for papers linked above.
Call for Volunteers
Website Monitoring Analysts
Environmental Data and Governance Initiative
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.