In collaboration with Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the TGRR network is pleased to announce that May's Collective Learning Meeting (CLM) will focus on creating new collaboration opportunities for its members. To learn more about CLM meetings, please visit here. These meetings cover systems approaches to water resiliency research and are generally for graduate students and early-career researchers to obtain collegial and non-evaluative feedback on their unfinished or exploratory research projects, but all are welcome.
This month, TGRR will be hosting a Networking and Discussion meeting, where attendees can introduce themselves to fellow researchers, students, and other groundwater transboundary professionals in hopes of forming new connections and opportunities.
An agenda for this meeting is as follows:
- Introductions (e.g., name, occupation, affiliation, application area, system dynamics level [beginner, intermediate, advanced], current location)
- TGRR volunteering opportunities
- Open discussion