Application Submission deadline EXTENDED to November 28, 2021
NSF PIRE Coastal Flood Risk Reduction Program Research – Travel to the Netherlands from May 15 to 28, 2022
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Partnership for International Research and Education (PIRE) program offers fully funded international-multidisciplinary research opportunities in the Netherlands for UPRM students (a DHS Coastal Resilience Center partner institution). Any students (undergrad and graduate) interested in flood risk reduction studies are encouraged to apply. Selected participants will experience interacting with students from other participating schools (Texas A&M University (Galveston and College Station campuses), Rice University, and Jackson State University and its partners) with various disciplines, academic levels, and cultures. Participating students will also have a chance to meet Dutch students and flood experts in the Netherlands.
Do not miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime; make sure to apply by the EXTENDED DEADLINE – November 28.
Follow the link below to find the application form and more information about the program. http://www.tamug.edu/ctbs/NSF-PIRE/application.html .
For more information at UPRM, please, contact:
Prof. Ismael Pagán Trinidad, Professor/ Chairman (Point of Contact)
Department of Civil Engineering and Surveying
University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez