Thursday, April 19, 2007

 

TRAINING: Summer School on ‘Managing Transitions to Adaptive River Basin Management’

The 2007 NeWater Summer School on ‘Managing Transitions to Adaptive River Basin Management’ will take place from 11 July – 21 July, 2007 in Bad Krozingen, near Freiberg and the Black Forest in Southern Germany. The Summer School is intended as a sequel to last year's Autumn School in Peyresq, France which introduced NeWater and non-NeWater researchers to concepts of and methods for adaptive river basin management. It is organised by the Institute of Environmental Systems Research, University of Osnabrück, Germany, in cooperation with the Global Water System Project (GWSP).

The Global Water System Project (GWSP) is able to offer funding (participation and travel costs) for up to 5 young researchers (PhD-Students and PostDocs). Please submit the application form including a CV, a letter of reference, and a letter of motivation to the GWSP IPO (gwsp.ipo@uni-bonn.de). Deadline for applications is 23 April 2007.

For further information please click here: http://www.gwsp.org/news/summer_school.html.

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