Want to provide opportunities not only for learning, but also spark ideas for a new way to approach a problem or new collaborations? New for this year’s Fall Meeting is the option to propose a tutorial. Tutorial talks are meant to provide a review and synthesis of multiple results across a field of study. Learn more.
Session proposals are now being accepted. The deadline for submissions is 18 April 2018, 11:59 P.M. Please consider submitting a proposal for an eLightning session, and consider if your session is collaborative and should be co-organized, co-sponsored, or cross-listed. Please note this year we will also be accepting proposals under the new GeoHealth Section.
Workshop proposals will also be accepted starting 1 April.
There was a lot for 2017 Fall Meeting attendees to discover in New Orleans.
- In alignment with AGU’s updated Ethics Policy, we continued the Safe AGU program and held programming to address persistent ongoing issues of harassment, discrimination, and bullying within the sciences.
- AGU piloted interactive eLightning sessions. View the presentation gallery for a taste.
- The Program Committee introduced scientific neighborhoods to make it easier to identify interdisciplinary connections, new colleagues and relevant presentations.
- The launch of AGU TV, which highlighted conference news and featured in-depth reports about efforts by our members to make a difference.