NARSC/NERSA Summer School, June 26-July 1, 2022, New York

NARSC/NERSA Summer School:

“An Integrated Assessment of Climate Change Adaptation Plans for New York City’s Waterfront.” 

The North American Regional Science Council (NARSC), in collaboration with the Northeastern Regional Science Association (NERSA), and Cornell AAP NYC, is pleased to announce that the inaugural NARSC/NERSA summer school will be held on the Cornell Tech Campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City from June 26th to July 1st 2022.

The thematic focus of this year’s summer school will be “An Integrated Assessment of Climate Change Adaptation Plans for New York City’s Waterfront.”

Program at a Glance

This Summer School will provide an immersive experience for 12 to 15 Ph.D. students, or post-doctoral researchers who have completed their doctoral studies within the last five years, to work together in interdisciplinary teams to examine aspects of implementing the “New York City Comprehensive Waterfront Plan” and the “Financial District and Seaport Climate Resilience Master Plan” in the Lower Manhattan Waterfront.  Tutorials on theories and methods relevant to this work will be provided.  Participants will be expected to study background materials prior to the summer school and collaborate with other participants after the event to complete a project report and scholarly papers for presentation at the November 2022 NARSC meetings in Montreal and submission to a regional science journal for publication in a special issue. 

Details on the prospective program, the application and admission process, registration fees, and Summer School staffing can be found at http://neregionalscience.org/.

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