New AGU Stories have been posted from Chris Shuman and others! All AGU Cryosphere Section’s stories have been uploaded to the Narratives Community. They will also be featured on the AGU Centennial website.
Congratulations to Outstanding Student Presenters Michael Wood, Michalea King, Ben Pelto, Ariel Morrison, Devon Dunmire, Elizabeth Case, Indraneel Kasmalkar, and Adrienne Marshall!! More info here: https://membership.agu.org/ospa-winners/
Bridging the crevasse: working toward gender equity in the cryosphere – see the post here: https://blogs.egu.eu/divisions/cr/2019/03/08/bridging-the-crevasse-working-toward-gender-equity-in-the-cryosphere/ #IWD2019
AGU Cryosphere’s 2018 Innovation Awards for Students go to: Caroline Aubry-Wake (University of Saskatchewan), Tom Hudson (University of Cambridge), Mickey MacKie (Stanford University), Emma Kahle (University of Washington), and Kelly Kochanski (University of Colorado Boulder). More info at https://cryosphere.agu.org/student-innovation-award/ Thank you to all of this year’s participants and we hope to see even more great […]
Read it here: https://eos.org/agu-news/brucker-receives-2018-cryosphere-early-career-award
…will be on Thursday, Dec. 14th at 18:00. We anticipate that 5 awards of $1000 will be made this year! Submit your letter of intent & CV to email@example.com by Nov. 17th at midnight US Eastern Time to participate. More info here.
Are you planning to attend the AGU Fall Meeting in Washington this year? Are you interested in learning from, and being inspired by, Cryospheric scientists at complementary career stages to yourself? If so then #CryoMentoring is for YOU! The AGU Cryosphere Executive Committee invites sign-ups for it’s CryoMentoring programme via the link below. You can […]
At Fall Meeting, each Section is giving a short TED-style talk to highlight the best achievements/discoveries in their Section in the last 100 years and discuss what they will do in the next 100 years. Cryosphere is participating and wants your input! What shouldn’t we forget?! Let us know – email SineadF@umd.edu with your contributions.
Don’t forget to add these special Cryosphere-focused talks to your schedule: U23B: Frontiers of Geophysics Lecturer James Balog C23A: The Nye Lecture and Honored Member Presentations C24A: One Hundred Years of Cryosphere Student Event – Flash Freeze Competition (Dec. 13th from 6:00 – 8:00pm): More information on how to participate coming out soon. Relevant Town […]
… including Cecilia Bitz & Dorothy Hall from the Cryosphere Section! Read more in Eos.