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TGRR Focused Collective Learning Meeting Being Held Tomorrow on March 25, 2022!


In collaboration with Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the TGRR network will host the second of its bimonthly peer mentoring series tomorrow morning. These Collective Learning Meetings (CLMs) are for graduate students and early-career researchers to obtain collegial and non-evaluative feedback on their unfinished or exploratory research projects. These meetings will cover systems approaches to water resiliency research.
Featured March Presenters:
Mehdi Moghadam Manesh has a BS in mechanical engineering and an MBA and MS in system dynamics. He is passionate about applying system dynamics for policymaking, strategic management, and sustainable development. For additional information, please visit his LinkedIn profile.
Reza Eslamifar has a BS in IT engineering, an MBA, and a PhD in public policy.
This presentation, Groundwater Depletion in Iran: Does Rural Youth Migration Matter?, will discuss contributing factors of groundwater depletion, and how farmers can play a key role in managing its depletion rate. Although geographical, climatic, and political factors are beyond our control, by encouraging farmers to cooperate and improve irrigation technology, it can be hoped that the problem of groundwater depletion will be managed to some extent. One of the factors that might impact farmers' behavior is rural youth migration, a phenomenon that Iran is increasingly facing. In this study, the presenters seek to provide a system dynamics model to show how the issue of youth migration may affect the behavior of farmers.
No background expertise is needed to attend these meetings, 
and no signup or registration is required.
Please click the button below to join us on Friday, March 25, 2022, from 10:00-11:00 AM MT to learn about water research from up-and-coming researchers and participate in discussion opportunities!
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