Application form ISGS Inland Waterways in the Anthropocene

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We are pleased to invite applications for a six-day intensive In Situ Graduate School (ISGS) 2023 "Inland Waterways in the Anthropocene: Integrating Cultural, Ecological, and Socio-Economic Perspectives for Waterway Regeneration and Sustainable Use" 

ISGS 2023 will take place from 18-23 September 2023 in the city of Padova, Italy.

Application deadline: 15 March 2023

The ISGS Inland Waterways in the Anthropocene is intended for graduate students (doctoral, including doctorate practice-based research, and research master's), postdocs, and early career professionals (up to 3 years after the completion of their PhD), with an interest in transdisciplinary river/waterways management and regeneration. Participants from all disciplines are welcome, including those with backgrounds in the natural sciences, engineering, the social sciences, economics, and the humanities. Priority will be given to applicants affiliated with project teams from the “River Cities Network”. All applicants must be committed to or actively working on projects that engage with the ISGS theme.

We only accept applications for the In Situ Graduate School via the application form below. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 15 March 2023. Application forms received after the deadline cannot be considered.