News and Resources from SURGE
2018 STEM For All Video Showcase
Public Choice Recognition!!
NSF Fast Talk: Minority SURGE Capacity in Disasters
During the NSF Includes Kickoff, each PI was tasked to create a fast talk (20-second x 4-slide) powerpoint presentation. These 1.20-second talks (in the style of Pecha Kucha) were presented during the kickoff. You can view the Minority SURGE Capacity in Disasters presentation here...
NSF INCLUDES Award: Minority SURGE Capacity in Disasters
A team of scholars led by Assistant Professor DeeDee Bennett, Ph.D., from UNO's emergency services program, has received $300,000 for a two-year project that seeks to increase the recruitment, retention, and matriculation of racial and ethnic minorities in STEM Ph.D. programs contributing to hazards and disaster research.
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