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Toolbox is part of Team Science Training

Dr. Marisa Rinkus (C4I Postdoc) led a Toolbox Dialogue Initiative-based Team Science workshop, with Dr. Michael O’Rourke (C4I Director), Dr. Edgar Cardenas (C4I Postdoc), and Dr. Stephen Crowley (Boise State University), on August 11th from 12pm-2pm (eastern) as part of the Team Science Institute hosted by

New Member Monday: Dr. Marisa Rinkus

Dr. Marisa Rinkus joined the Toolbox Dialogue Initiative in January 2017 as a postdoctoral research assistant. She holds a PhD and an MS in Fisheries and Wildlife, Human Dimensions focus, with specializations in International Development and Gender, Justice, and Environmental Change from Michigan State University, and

New Member Monday: Dr. Anna Malavisi

Dr. Anna Malavisi joined the Toolbox Dialogue Initiative in January 2017 as a postdoctoral research assistant. Dr. Malavisi holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy and a Masters in Health and International Development. She joined TDI because of the potential impact TDI can have within the area

Toolbox in Vienna

This July, on the second day of the Summer School on Science, Values, and Democracy? at the Institut Wiener Kreis (University of Vienna), 25 graduate students participated in a Toolbox exercise. We (Mark Brown, Heather Douglas, and Andrew Jewett) assigned the exercise not because the

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Team Science

The Toolbox Project, an NSF-funded initiative based at Michigan State University that focuses on enhancing the quality of interdisciplinary team science, seeks candidates to fill a 12-month postdoctoral Research Fellow position beginning as soon as August 2016 but no later than January 2017. Candidates will