As you know from your past experiences at AGU Fall Meeting, it’s the best place to share your science, learn about the latest research, and network with your peers. Here are a few new additions to the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting:
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. Read more.
Conference tickets are $20.
Improving Your Success for AGU Honors: Tips, Tools, Tactics
Monday, 15 December, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
With AGU’s honors program nominations just around the corner, make sure you recognize your peers who have made a difference in the Earth and space sciences. This inaugural workshop will focus on three topics: diversity, submitting a successful nomination through shared experience from nominators, and selection committee’s perspective on what constitutes a good nomination. Read more.
Science Policy: Why it’s Not a House of Cards
Wednesday, 17 December, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Use your science to make a difference in U.S. policy. This workshop will take you through the process of how Congress works and how you can make an impact. Read more.
Lunching & Relaunching: SIPS Focus Group 2.0
Thursday, 18 December, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
The event will discuss the SIPS Focus Group but also AGU’s science policy efforts. This event is an opportunity for AGU members to meet and connect with the science policy leaders among the membership and the AGU Public Affairs department. Read more.
Don’t forget to take advantage of travel discounts available to Fall Meeting attendees!