About the series
Recorded video and presentation slides for this event are now available:
- Funding opportunity webinar: Human-Environment and Geographical Sciences video recording
- Funding opportunity webinar: Human-Environment and Geographical Sciences presentation slides
The Human-Environment and Geographical Sciences program supports basic scientific research about the nature, causes and consequences of the spatial distribution of human activity and environmental processes, from the community level to the global level.
The program welcomes proposals that creatively integrate scientific and critical approaches while engaging rigorous quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods in novel ways.
An informational webinar will be held on Friday, April 22 from 2 – 3 p.m. Eastern. Registration is required. Note: A previous email announcement incorrectly stated that this event would start at 1 p.m. We apologize for any confusion.
Researchers, administrative staff and others in the social, behavioral and economic sciences community are encouraged to attend. Featured speakers include acting NSF Deputy Assistant Director for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Antoinette Winklerprins and NSF program directors Kendra McLauchlan, Tom Evans and Jeremy Koster.
Registration is required to attend. The event will be held on Zoom and live captions will be available.Real-time captions will be displayed in the Zoom application during the event. If you don't see the captions, please click the "closed caption" button in Zoom.
To request other reasonable accommodations, please contact SBE meeting support by April 8.