The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) is hosting a weekly virtual career fair and networking opportunity highlighting careers in renewable power, sustainable transportation, energy efficiency, and business operations called “STEMtember Sessions: Careers in Clean Energy” Series.” The series falls on September 8, 15, 22, 29 and I thought it might be something you could share with your networks. Register here! Email: EE.Media@ee.doe.govFirst...READ MORE
The 2022 Global Solutions Lab is in need of engineers! The Lab is in its 18th year and is where students and young professionals from around the world are briefed by UN and other experts, work in multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural, and inter-generational teams, develop solutions to critical global problems, present their work at the UN to a panel of UN, corporate, philanthropic and NGO leaders, and have that work published and disseminated around the world. This...READ MORE
The seventh annual Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs (STI Forum) will be held from 5 to 6 May 2022. The UN Interagency Task Team on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs (IATT) is calling for briefs on the 2022 HLPF theme and the specific SDGs to be reviewed this year. Details can be found here. UN DESA has a strong interest in receiving more...READ MORE
The 2022 Global Solutions Lab takes place June 12-25, 2022, on-line and in-person (at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia). Participants from around the world are briefed by UN and other experts, work in cross-cultural, multi-disciplinary, intergenerational teams that develop solutions to critical global problems that achieve one or more of the UN’s SDGs. This year the focus is on getting clean, abundant, reliable, and affordable electricity for the nearly 600...READ MORE
WEDNESDAY October 6th 6:00pm ET / 5:00pm CT This webinar will give potential applicants an overview of the application process, provide guidelines and best practices for how to create a winning application, and answer any questions you may have. This webinar will be presented in Spanish with real-time translation in English. Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_i4Py7NlsR1SnckCTW2rYIw Email: email@example.comFirst Name: ConservationXLast Name: LabsCompany: ConservationX LabsJob Type: EventREAD MORE
Thu, October 28, 12:00pm – 1:30pm Description— Para descripción en Español ⬇️ — To register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OM24FTZERry6tQ-8BAxVhw All of the countries where the Grand Challenge solutions will be applied have started public policies for the formalization of artisanal and small-scale mining with varying success and difficulty. This webinar will share with participants the context about advances in formalization in each country, so that potential applicants may understand the challenges, opportunities, and...READ MORE
Thu, October 14, 12:00pm – 1:30pm Description— Descripción en Español ⬇️ — To register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_O7lPPpFAQvWCfKzNEuGu9g One of the impacts with the greatest consequences for the environment and the health of miners and other human populations around and downstream from mining sites is the use of mercury in the gold mining process. In this webinar, potential applicants will learn how miners obtain mercury, how they use it, the consequences of mercury...READ MORE
This webinar will give potential applicants an overview of the application process, provide guidelines and best practices for how to create a winning application, and answer any questions you may have.The content will be provided in Spanish with real-time translation available in English. WEDNESDAY October 6th | 6:00pm ET / 5:00pm CT Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_i4Py7NlsR1SnckCTW2rYIw Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFirst Name: ASMLast Name: Grand ChallengeCompany: ConservationX LabsJob Type: EventREAD MORE
When: Thu, October 7, 12:00pm – 1:30pm Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_O7lPPpFAQvWCfKzNEuGu9g Description— Descripción en Español ⬇️ — One of the impacts with the greatest consequences for the environment and the health of miners and other human populations around and downstream from mining sites is the use of mercury in the gold mining process. In this webinar, potential applicants will learn how miners obtain mercury, how they use it, the consequences of mercury...READ MORE
When: Thu, September 30, 12pm – 1pm Where: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IGwgi9YORRyaEiPZhobEFg Description— Descripción en Español ⬇️ — In this event, winners and finalists from the first round of the Artisanal Mining Grand Challenge share with potential applicants their experiences with the Challenge and will offer advice and provide other comments on their inspiration, aspirations, challenges, and why they participated and what they gained from the Challenge. Este evento pretende dotar a...READ MORE
Learn about graduate school and research at Purdue University College of Engineering – including opportunities to pursue Research in International Development ! Participants receive an application fee waiver to apply to Purdue University Graduate School for free. Purdue Engineering Virtual Graduate Showcase – October 3-4, 2021. Free, online, and interactive. Your premier opportunity to meet faculty and learn about graduate study: Informational workshops | Program-specific sessions | Research highlights | Virtual lab tours |...READ MORE
When: Aug 31, 2021 04:00 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna Topic: 2021 Compendium of innovative technologies for low resource settings The objective of the Compendium is to compile and showcase emerging innovative health technologies for low-resource settings. WHO performs rapid evidence-based assessments focused on the life cycle of health technology focusing on low-resource settings. The evaluation includes: technical assessments health technology assessments regulatory system assessment quality system assessments management assessment safe use assessments....READ MORE
Date: 26/08/2021 | Time: 12:00 pm to 01:30 pm AEST | Registration Closes 26/08/2021 12:20 pm AEST Open to members and non-members. 2011 was designated the ‘Year of Humanitarian Engineering’ by EA. There were a series of workshops held across the country, stories told, and the year culminated with a Conference in Melbourne. Looking back across the last ten years, where are we in 2021 with humanitarian engineering? Presenters: David...READ MORE
Deakin University’s Development-Humanitarian Research Group (DHRG) and the Centre for Humanitarian Leadership are pleased to present Professionalisation in Humanitarianism: Debates and Opportunities as part of the DHRG Development and Humanitarian Dialogues seminar series. What does it mean to be a humanitarian worker? For several decades, the humanitarian sector has pursued increased professionalisation through standards and guidelines, competency frameworks, and training and education. This seminar will explore the implications of university-level humanitarian training for a shifting sector...READ MORE
From seeds to needs: Regenerating ecosystems services to halt the biodiversity crisis We face a global biodiversity crisis, with unprecedented and accelerating rates of species extinctions and degradation of habitats that will have grave impacts on the worlds human population dependent on the ecosystems services they provide. It is recognised that the global biodiversity emergency affects lower- and middle-income countries the hardest and that there are potential conflicts between conservation...READ MORE
Frontiers symposia: The symposia establish a global community of early- and mid- career researchers, innovators, and practitioners, with different perspectives from the forefronts of their disciplines. These highly interactive and curated symposia look at international development themes through an interdisciplinary lens, encouraging collaboration and knowledge transfer between a range of participants. Each event has one overarching theme and three sub themes. The Frontiers of Engineering for Development series tackles development...READ MORE
Registration for the 2020 University of Toronto Center for Global Engineering Forum is now open! What it is: The CGEN Forum is an annual seminar series hosted by the Centre for Global Engineering at the University of Toronto. It explores how engineers in academia are contributing to the innovative solutions which are tackling the world’s most complex global development challenges, such as food insecurity, energy poverty, and safe access to water...READ MORE
Submit your work for publication in a Special Issue of Environmental Engineering Science on the topic of “Global Environmental Engineering for and with Historically Marginalized Communities.” This vision for this Special Issue is to report cutting-edge interdisciplinary environmental engineering and science research contextualized by the unique challenges and the resource and economic constraints faced by historically marginalized communities in the US and around the world. Deadline for submissions: July 15, 2020 Special Issue...READ MORE
Engineers Without Borders New Zealand’s annual conference is back with Humanitarian Engineering Conference 2019! This one-day conference on 27th July at the University of Auckland, New Zealand is a platform for showcasing innovation in humanitarian engineering while promoting a people-centered approach to working with communities. + CONNECT with like minded people + GET INSPIRED by professional engineers + DISCOVER new career opportunities Early bird tickets are on sale now! Visit...READ MORE
The Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC) is the flagship IEEE forum for presenting and discussing humanitarian technology innovation and deployment. The technical focus of the Conference is complemented by an integrated understanding of broader contexts—economics, policy, culture, environment—that impact successful humanitarian technology implementation. The ninth annual GHTC will take place in Seattle, Washington, USA, October 17– 20th 2019. It is the perfect venue for those from the public, private, education...READ MORE
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