Register for the following events through your online AGU Fall Meeting Registration Form. Space is limited. Make sure to register early.
FALL MEETING WORKSHOPS
Getting Started in Undergraduate Research Workshop
Monday, 15 December, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Designed for new and future geosciences faculty, this workshop will cover funding opportunities (including National Science Foundation), project selection and mentoring of undergraduates, and institutional support for undergraduate research.
Improving Your Success for AGU Honors: Tips, Tools and Tactics
Monday, 15 December, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
AGU’s Honors and Recognition Committee, in partnership with ESWN (Earth Science Women’s Network) and AGU volunteers, will host this inaugural workshop. The workshop is focused on discussing best practices for nominating or being nominated for AGU honors and will offer tools, tips and tactics. The three topics of the workshop are: (1) how to increase diversity of nominations; (2) how to submit a successful nomination from the nominator’s perspective; and 3) what constitutes a good nomination package from a selection committee’s perspective. The workshop is open to all AGU members and stakeholders. It is part of a larger AGU effort to support all nominators and nominees and strengthen the long-term diversity of nominations and awardees of AGU’s honors and recognition program. Please join us for light snacks, drinks and a healthy collaborative discussion with your colleagues!
How to Run an Effective and Inclusive REU Program
Monday, 15 December, 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
This hands-on workshop is for those running Research Experiences for Undergraduates (GEO REU) programs who want tips on running a successful REU or who want to delve more deeply into specific issues ranging from tips on working with small, under-resourced minority-serving institutions or community colleges to managing applications and selecting a diverse cohort.
Getting the Most Out Of Your Introductory Course
Tuesday, 16 December, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Introductory courses in the geosciences play a pivotal role in undergraduate education. They serve as recruiting grounds for majors and future professionals, provide critical experiences in geosciences. This workshop builds on a virtual workshop, and will facilitate discussion, exchange of information, and sharing of resources to get the most out of your introductory courses.
Broadening Access to the Earth and Environmental Sciences
Wednesday, 17 December, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Geoscience has the lowest ethnic diversity in its graduating student population of any STEM discipline. This workshop will discuss strategies departments and programs are using to recruit and retain a more diverse student population.
FALL MEETING EVENTS
AGU Student and Early Career Scientist Conference
Sunday, 14 December, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Attending this full-day conference will help you boost your career potential. You’ll receive tips and tools to improve your research skills (publishing, data management, building measurement equipment) for becoming a successful scientist in hydrological sciences and beyond. Sign up for AGU Student AGU Student & Early Career Scientist Conference Mixer after the conference for the opportunity to network with your peers.
Conference tickets are $20.
Networking Reception for Early Career Female Scientists and Students
Tuesday, 16 December, 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Network with you peers at this event made especially for early career female scientists and students. Created in partnership with the Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG) and the Earth Science Women’s Network (ESWN), this reception will be hosted by Executive Director/CEO of AGU Chris McEntee, AGU President Carol Finn, and AGU President elect Margaret Leinen.
Tickets are sold out.
Career Opportunities Networking Lunch
Wednesday, 17 December, 12:30 – 1:30 PM
Practice your networking skills and find out about careers in a wide range of employment sectors.
Tickets are free, but seating is limited.
Wednesday, 17 December, 9:00 – 11:00 PM
Recognize and celebrate the achievements of your peers. Directly following the Honors Ceremony, the Honors Banquet offers a night of elegance and entertainment as we continue to celebrate the 2014 AGU Union Awardees, Medalists, and Fellows. A full course dinner will be served.
A limited amount of tickets are available for students at the discounted rate of $35.00.