Its that time of the year again-Its AGU23! It can feel overwhelming to even know where to begin, what sessions to check out, and where or who to network with. We took the time to capture some of the best early career offerings in this short list:
A Discussion with Program Managers for Early-Career S tudents
11 December 13:00-14:00 2008 - West (Level 2, West, MC)
Publishing Skills for the Early-Career Researcher: How to Submit, How to Review, and Advice from the Experts
11 December 15:30 - 17:00 AGU Central, Hall F- North (Exhibition Level, North, Moscone Center)
How to Sketch Your Science
11 December 18:30 - 20:00 Salon 12 (Lower B2 Level, Marriott)
Student and Early Career Networking Breakfast
12 December, from 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM PST at the Marriot Hotel, in Salon 7.
Get to know AGU leaders and learn about the importance of mentorship from recent early career awardees. The
James B. Macelwane Early Student and Early Career Networking Breakfast will provide an opportunity to interact with AGU Fellows, past and present Macelwane Medalists, and other mentors. Breakfast will be provided.
12 December 08:30 - 10:00 160 - South (Upper Mezzanine, South, Moscone Center)
Career Exploration Workshop: Guided Self-Reflection for Students and Scientists
12 December 16:00 - 17:30 AGU Central, Hall F- North (Exhibition Level, North, Moscone Center)
Career Guidance: Finding Your Fit
10:00 - 11:30 AGU Central, Hall F- North (Exhibition Level, North, Moscone Center)
Where and How Can AGU Assist? Discussion About the Future of Early-Career and Student Members Within AGU
13 December 13:00-14:00 2003 - West (Level 2, West, MC)
Careers in Science Policy
15:00 - 16:30 AGU Central, Hall F- North (Exhibition Level, North, Moscone Center)
You can also follow the pre-created itineraries' for specific section related
Early-Career events and Learning opportunities. Also, check out these science policy offerings.