MCEDC Digest - Sept. 17 , 2018
Program News & Announcements
Chang With Maji Safi Group

Boren Fellow and EDC student Naomi Chang was recently highlighted by the Maji Safi Group (MSG) for the work she did with them this summer in Shirati, Tanzania. One reason she chose to work with MSG is because of their community-based participatory development approach. She is pictured here (left) with WA University Student Yinran Huang.  
Local Events
Research & Innovation Week
Fri. Sept 21, 2018 - Poster Abstract Deadline
Fri. Oct 5, 2018 - Deadline to apply for Sidewalk Symposium
Mon., Tue., & Fri., Oct. 15, 16 & 19, 2018 - Poster Sessions
Wed. Oct. 17, 2018 - Sidewalk Symposium

The Research & Innovation Office (RIO), in collaboration with the United Government of Graduate Students (UGGS) and the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) are calling for individuals from all disciplines to participate in poster sessions and the Sidewalk Symposium during Research & Innovation Week Oct. 15-19, 2018.

Research and Innovation Week is a week-long celebration and showcase of research, scholarship and creative works at CU Boulder. Learn more about applying and participating.
Webinars & Online Courses
Innovation Essentials
Take anytime -  One hour

This online course will provide a series of real-life examples of innovations from around the world, and explain how innovation can help disaster-affected communities. Take this course to pick up practical tools and skills. 
Job Search Help
Your Guide To A Standout Consulting CV

Learn how to optimize your CV for digital recruitment, and how to use the "context, action, results" formula (CAR). Watch now.
Resources
CLA Toolkit
Adaptive management practices are becoming increasingly necessary, and are a way of making decisions and adjustments in response to new information. USAID's Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) framework define culture, process, and resources as three components that support continuous learning and adaptive management. Read more about the skills and attributes that are becoming more important as USAID strengthens its focus on adaptive management. 
Calls
International Young Water Professionals Conference Call For Submissions
Mon. Oct.15, 2018 - Submission Deadline
June 23-27, 2019 - Conference

The International Young Water Professionals Conference is an opportunity to highlight how young water professionals, age 35 and below, are making an impact. Scientific Abstracts, Technical Vocational Abstracts and Workshops submissions are welcome. This is the only international event fully dedicated to young water professionals. How to submit.
Engineering Sustainability 2019 Call For Papers
Wed. Oct. 31, 2018 - Abstracts Due
April 7- 9, 2019 - Conference

Engineering Sustainability 2019: A Climate For Change is accepting submissions of 200-word abstracts on topic areas including: regenerative built environment; one water in the urban environment; sustainable mobility; circular economy; engineering sustainability learning and engagement, or a topic of your choosing. Apply.
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