Find Your Program Committee Representative
To find the Program Committee representative(s) for your section or focus group, please use the search feature below. You may choose a section or focus group from the drop-down menu, or simply search by keyword.
- Name: Mike Loranty
- Organization: Colgate University
- Email: FMPC_B@agu.org
Mike is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at Colgate University. His research seeks to answer questions regarding the spatial and temporal dynamics of biosphere-atmosphere interactions in boreal and Arctic ecosystems. To do this he studies water, carbon and energy cycling in order to understand how terrestrial ecosystems respond to climate, and also to investigate how changing ecosystem processes will feedback to climate.
- Name: Timothy Bartholomaus
- Organization: University of Idaho
- Email: FMPC_C@agu.org
Timothy Bartholomaus is a glaciologist and professor at the University of Idaho. His research reveals the rapid response of glaciers and ice sheets to environmental change. His expertise includes glacier seismology, tidewater glacier dynamics and iceberg calving, basal sliding and glacier hydrology. He has served on the AGU Fall Meeting Program Committee since 2014.
- Name: Adam Winstral
- Organization: USDA
- Email: FMPC_C@agu.org
- Name: Katie Skalak
- Organization: USGS
- Email: email@example.com
- Name: Kimberly Hill
- Organization: University of Minnesota
- Email: FMPC_EP@agu.org
Kimberly Hill received her BS, MS, and Phd degrees in physics. At UMN, she works as an associate professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental, & Geo-Engineering and at St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, and she is a Fellow of the Institute on the Environment. Her research focuses on multi-phase flows and pattern formation in benchtop experiments, in nature, and in industry.
- Name: Lesley Wyborn
- Organization: Australian National University
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lesley Wyborn graduated from Sydney University in 1972 and gained her PhD in Geochemistry at ANU in 1977. She worked in a variety of geoscience and geoinformatics positions in Geoscience Australia until 2014 when she returned to ANU. She is Deputy Chair of the Australian Academy of Science ‘Data for Science Committee’ and a Fellow of the Geological Society of America. In 2014 Lesley was awarded the Australian Public Service Medal for contributions to Geoscience and Geoinformatics and in 2015 the Geological Society of America, Geoinformatics Division Career Achievement Award.
- Name: Ruth Duerr
- Organization: Ronin Institute
- Email: email@example.com
- Name: Jane Hart
- Organization: University of Southampton
- Email: J.K.Hart@soton.ac.uk
Jane K Hart is a Professor of Physical Geography at the University of Southampton. Her research focuses on the application of sensor networks to study climate change in remote environments, particularly subglacial processes. She has been active within the ESSI focus group promoting Sensor Networks and Informatics research.
- Name: Mark Parsons
- Organization: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Name: Michelle Hall
- Organization: Science Education Solutions
- Email: email@example.com
I began my career as a geological engineer in industry, and then earned a Ph.D. in geophysics, which took me to academia. An interest in changing educational practice led to starting a small business focused initially on geoscience education, and then out-of-school education for teens. My greatest honor is to have received the AGU for Excellence in Geophysical Education Award in 2012, and my greatest impact may be in developing the Teen Science Café Network.