> Feb. 16-- USDA and EPA will host a webinar focused on Cool & Connected, a program in which a team of experts assist community members in developing strategies and action plans for using planned or existing broadband service to promote smart, sustainable community development. Register via this link, or click here to view a detailed event flyer.
> Feb. 18-- From Molecule to Miracle: The Process of Drug Discovery & Development. Join Hawaii policymakers, regulators, patient advocates, business leaders, academic researchers and health care providers for a fact-based discussion around the cost and value proposition of innovative medicines. At this free educational seminar, participants will learn about the challenging process of drug discovery, development and approval. Click here for details.
> Feb. 18-19-- Crime Prevention Workshop in Honolulu: Criminal Justice Solutions in conjunction with Gang Prevention Services are hosting workshops at the Waikiki Sands Hotel. Subjects covered include: Graffiti Eradication and Violence Prevention, Police-Community Relations, Personal Intervention & Neighborhood Mobilization - Project 253, Attendee Work Group Break-Outs & Crime Problem Solving, Drug Cartels & Organized Crime, Outlaw Bikers, Street and Prison Gangs. Local police, corrections, business owners, and citizens are invited to attend. Click here for more information.
> Feb. 19-- The Policy Innovation Lab at the University of Utah is calling for proposals from nonprofit service providers in the Western US to participate in the Lab's 2016 Pay for Success Innovation Fellowship Program. Up to four service providers will be selected to participate in the program through which they will receive high-level support services and cash sub-grants of between $75,000 and $100,000 each to evaluate the feasibility of implementing a pay for success (PFS) project in their communities. Applications are due Feb. 19, 2016. Learn more here.
> Feb. 29-- [KONA] USDA Rural Development Water and Environmental Program Training - includes information on the all the funding available for water/sewer/solid waste and storm drain projects as well as the how-to of completing the associated Environmental and Engineering reports. Click here for more information including registration details.