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-- Wednesday, March 25, 2015 --
A. Film Series and Exhibit: The Human Dimensions of Climate Change
B. Grant Funding Opportunities Workshop
A. FILM SERIES AND EXHIBIT: THE HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
"The Human Dimensions of Climate Change" film series continues with "Disruption" on March 31, with discussant Dr. Mario Teisl, School of Economics. The film will be shown at 6:00pm in Fogler's Library Classroom, with discussion to follow. The series is jointly sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, the Climate Change Institute, and Fogler Library. Check out our corresponding exhibit in Fogler or online, <http://umaine.beta.libguides.com/hdcc>. For more information, contact Jen Bonnet at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
B. GRANT FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES WORKSHOP
Interested in staying on top of grant opportunities that might match your research and scholarship areas? Would you like to learn more about UMaine grant seeking resources? Please join Jen Bonnet (Social Sciences and Humanities Librarian, Raymond H. Fogler Library) and Jason Charland (Director of Grant Development, Office of the Vice President for Research) for an upcoming workshop on identifying funding opportunities for faculty research and grant-supported projects. Topics will include hands-on searching demonstrations of two key funding opportunity databases available through Fogler Library, strategies for matching your research or scholarly interests with potential funders, and ways to enhance your grant project idea. Workshops will take place Friday, April 10, 12:00-1:30pm and Monday, April 27, 12:00-1:30pm in the Library Classroom. Both sessions will cover the same content. To register for one of these workshops, contact Jen Bonnet at <email@example.com>. Space is limited.
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