Grand Challenges Summer Institute on Water: Registration
The Grand Challenges Summer Institute on Water synergizes multiple professional development opportunities including the first Annual SENCER Hawaiʻi Summer Institute, UH Sustainability “Many Minds One University,” the Kapi’olani Service & Sustainability Learning Institute, and the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa College of Social Sciences ACCESS/Program for Civic Engagements Workshop Series.

The Institute takes place on May 15,16, and 17 at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

Spots at this institute are limited and assigned on a first come first serve basis. You are receiving this invitation based on your previous work, interest, or expertise in the area of water -- kai and wai.

For additional information, please see SENCERHawaii.com or email the Institute coordinator, Krista Hiser at sust@hawaii.edu.

*This event is funded and supported by: Hawai‘i EPSCoR Program provided by the National Science Foundation's Research Infrastructure Improvement (RII) Track-1: ‘Ike Wai: Securing Hawaii's Water Future Award # OIA-1557349*

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Dietary Restrictions (we will provide vegetarian meals as needed and do our best to provide options for other restrictions):
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Presentations:
If you are interested in presenting during the Institute, please complete the following application section. If you are not interested, please continue completing the "Applicant Background Information" section and then submit the form.
Title of your presentation:
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Presenters (names and affiliations) to appear in program:
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Abstract for presentation (please limit to 150 words or less, to appear in program):
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Applicant Background Information:
Do you have expertise on water issues in Hawaii, nationally, regionally, or globally that you would like to share?
Do you already teach about water issues? If yes, in which courses and with which focus? If yes, please describe in 20 words or less:
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Do you already provide active learning (service-learning, undergraduate research, place-based) opportunities for your students? If yes, please identify community-based partners and focus in 20 words or less.
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Do you already emphasize indigenous knowledge in your teaching and research? If yes, please describe in 20 words or less:
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Please tell us about your current interest in water conservation and sustainability (in 20 words or less):
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Please tell us about any previous experience with conservation, sustainability and/or social justice work. Please describe in 20 words or less. If you have materials that you would like to share with Institute participants, please email them to sust@hawaii.edu
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Is there anything else you would like us to know?
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