The goal of the two-part event is to introduce the Bay-Delta Social Science Community of Practice (CoP) to existing collaborative science forums (See Page C-8) in the Bay-Delta in an effort to foster relationships and build more opportunities for interdisciplinary work in this system. The intended audience is scientists, managers, and practitioners interested in generally supporting and integrating interdisciplinary approaches into their work.
Mark your calendars for Friday, October 14th 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. PST AND Thursday, October 20th 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. PST 2022.
The workshop will be mostly virtual and occur in two parts:
Oct. 14th will be a virtual training on social science and interdisciplinary approaches to social-ecological challenges, highlighting case studies presented by social scientists/ practitioners from across the country.
Oct. 20th will be a very interactive workshop in which CoP members will be paired with Delta science forum members in breakout rooms to co-develop mock mini-proposals focused around the core themes in the Delta Science Program’s new Science Action Agenda.
The Oct 20th workshop will be followed by a no-host networking event in Sacramento to meet and greet in person for those who are local.