AGU started as a small research organization in 1919 and has developed into an influential leader in the Earth and space sciences. The AGU Centennial celebrations will unleash the discovery, passion, commitment, and support for our community through worldwide events, scientific dialogues, and outreach to many audiences.
As we reflect on achievements of the past, we also look eagerly to the future. Fall Meeting and Centennial give us the opportunity to celebrate the people behind Earth and space science.
Here is how we are beginning our celebration of the past and future at this Fall Meeting:
AGU Narratives: 100 Years of Stories
Fall Meeting attendees have a unique opportunity to host the StoryCorps oral history group at Fall Meeting. StoryCorps will be facilitating dialogues with scientists about their contributions to Earth and space science, as well as their personal stories about science, and we need your help finding the right people! Stop by the StoryCorps booth in the exhibit hall or visit the AGUNarratives Project to submit a story.
Centennial Golden Tickets at Fall Meeting!
Fall Meeting is your first chance to learn about AGU Centennial while searching for your golden ticket and a chance to win prizes. Starting on Monday, each day will provide different chances to win with a golden ticket. Golden ticket locations will be announced daily through social media and digital channels around Fall Meeting. Be sure to keep an eye out for the clues online and by looking for people at the meeting with a centennial sticker. You never know when or where the next golden ticket will be or what the prize will be.