Urban informatics is an interdisciplinary field of research and practice that uses information technology for the analysis, management, planning, design, inhabitation, and usability of cities. It encompasses not only technical skills for technology development and data analysis, but also the exploration of the ethical, legal, and policy questions created by new urban technologies. Urban informatics links several scholarly and professional fields including information science, engineering,... Read more...
PMF opportunities are open for Master's and PhD students in their graduating year who are hoping to work within the governmental sector. It is a prestigious two year, post-graduate fellowship with a federal agency that includes a rotation to another agency, accelerated promotion potential and pairing with a senior-level mentor. The 2018 PMF application will launch at Noon (Eastern Time), Monday, October 23, 2017 and will close at Noon (Eastern Time), Wednesday, November 1, 2017. Please join us... Read more...
A week of activities featuring SEAS alumni panels, roundtables, and workshops.
Career Week Schedule of Events
Organizing for Change: Working with Communities to Protect People and the Planet Panel
Mona Munroe-Younis, Program Manager at the University of Michigan School of Public Health (Ann Arbor, MI)
Michelle Martinez, Coordinator at Michigan Environmental Justice... Read more...
Join the Michigan-Earth Science Women's Network on Oct. 23rd to hear from our Science Writing Panel over lunch, sponsored by M-ESWN and GradSWE! The feature panel will discuss different perspectives and experiences with science writing -- audience questions are encouraged. Panelists include Dr. Allison Steiner (Climate and Space, ESWN co-founder), Dr. Rose Cory (Earth and Environmental), and PhD candidate Liz Agee (Civil and Environmental Engineering, former M-ESWN co-coordinator).
Time: 11am... Read more...