CUSA’s Transformational Media Lab has now accepted applications for the 2014 Spring Quarter research opportunity, Flood Resilient Infrastructure and Sustainable Environments (FloodRISE). The research will involve conducting household surveys within the communities adjacent to the two largest estuaries in Southern California: Newport Bay Estuary (NBE) and Tijuana River Estuary (TRE). This National Science Foundation (NSF) Hazard Scholar Project will be mentored directly by the center’s Director, Dr. Richard Matthew, and TML Director, Beth Karlin.
Please send the application document below to FloodRISEuci@gmail.com to be considered as a research candidate. Also, if you have sent in an application before Tuesday, February 24th, please resend the application to FloodRISEuci@gmail.com. Furthermore, the application submission deadline has also been extended to Friday, February 28th.