[unav_all] Fwd: Tuesday @ AGU - new location - UNAVCO Annual Meeting

Meghan Miller meghan at unavco.org
Fri Dec 11 16:16:03 MST 2009


Just a reminder of the new location for the UNAVCO Annual Meeting,  
Tuesday evening!  Agenda attached.....

See you there.....



Begin forwarded message:

> From: Meghan Miller <meghan at unavco.org>
> Date: December 2, 2009 10:23:38 AM MST
> To: Unavco All Listserv <unav_all at ls.unavco.org>
> Subject: Tuesday @ AGU - new location - UNAVCO Annual Meeting
>
> UNAVCO Community members,
>
> I am writing to let you know that the UNAVCO Annual Meeting will be  
> in Moscone Center this year.  Please mark your AGU calendar:
>
> New Location: Moscone Center, South Building, East Mezzanine Level,  
> Room 228
> Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2009
>
> Time: 7:30 p.m.  [Following the AGU Geodesy Section Reception, 6:30  
> p.m. - Moscone 220]
>
>
>
>
>
> All community members are cordially invited to participate in the  
> business meeting, which follows the AGU Geodesy Section Reception.   
> At the meeting, we will seek your feedback on the Long Range Science  
> Plan for Geodesy, hear about advances within UNAVCO over the last  
> year, and learn the results of the election.
>
> UNAVCO has had a very exciting year, with implementation of the 2008  
> Strategic Plan "Positioning UNAVCO:  Advancing Science through  
> Geodesy".  Building on the goals and strategies within that plan, we  
> have undertaken a major reorganization of business services, now  
> called Program Support Services, to ensure efficient and effective  
> support to the UNAVCO programs who directly serve the science  
> community.  In addition to supporting dozens of proposals by  
> community members, UNAVCO has led or partnered on more than 40  
> formal proposal submissions this year, and has secured funding from  
> a diversified set of NSF, NASA, and USGS programs.  The UNAVCO  
> Facility has continued to support community investigators around the  
> world, including major advances in geodesy infrastructure in both  
> Polar regions.   We have become the NSF Facility for Terrestrial  
> Laser Scanner (TLS) instrumentation, and are acquiring a community  
> TLS equipment pool with engineering and data processing support. The  
> transition to EarthScope Operations and Maintenance is now complete,  
> and the PBO Program oversees both Plate Boundary Observatory and the  
> San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth.  With ARRA funding, 232 PBO  
> stations in Cascadia will be upgraded to high rate, real time data  
> streaming.  In addition to another successful year for UNAVCO Short  
> Courses, support for a second generation RESESS (Research Experience  
> in Solid Earth Science for Students) internship program was secured.  
> In October, the Geodesy community came together to define a Long  
> Term Science Plan for Geodesy – a plan that is currently being  
> drafted.  Other workshops throughout the year have supported  
> planning and coordination for research and education.
>
> I will update you in a little more detail about some of these  
> initiatives in advance of AGU so that you can come learn more at the  
> UNAVCO Booth.
>
> I look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!
>
> Best,
>
> Meghan
>
> **********************
> M. Meghan Miller
> President, UNAVCO
> 6350 Nautilus Drive
> Boulder, CO  80301
>
> Voice:  303/381-7514
> By cell:  720/320-0026
> Fax:  303/381-7501
> meghan at unavco.org
>
> Save the date:	March 9 - 11, 2010
> UNAVCO Science Workshop
>
>
>
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