About this Event
1070 Partners Way, Raleigh, NC 27695
This graduate student training workshop is for students who are interested in contributing to interdisciplinary teams that seek solutions to wicked problems, such as climate change. Many wicked problems are situated in socio-ecological systems in which decisions affect groups and individuals in diverse and distinct ways. As such, deriving solutions must include consideration, if not explicit inclusion, of these diverse stakeholders. Employing a climate solutions context, this workshop will provide students with hands-on training to consider the interrelated dimensions within stakeholder analysis and identification. Erin Seekamp, Ph.D., the Goodnight Distinguished Professor in Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Initiative and director of NC State’s Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Initiative, will lead the workshop.
Registration is limited to 30 graduate students. Students who complete the registration form will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org that will let them know if they can attend the event or are on the waitlist.
The Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Initiative will provide bagels and coffee.
This is a complementary training event that will take place before the 2023 KIETS Climate Leaders Fall Symposium.
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