ED034. Undergraduate Students Sharing in the Geosciences: Promoting Scientific Research Collaborations Across Disciplines
estherjames at g.harvard.edu
Tue Jul 5 12:15:00 UTC 2022
The American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting
<https://www.agu.org/Fall-Meeting> returns for fall 2022 both in-person in
Chicago, IL and virtually from December 12th – 16th, 2022. We’re calling on
undergraduate students to submit an abstract to our session, ED034.
Undergraduate Students Sharing in the Geosciences: Promoting Scientific
Research Collaborations Across Disciplines (see details below). We hope you
will join us to present either in-person or virtually in December. We
encourage anyone (e.g. faculty, researchers, graduate students,
undergraduate coordinators, etc.) to forward this info to undergraduate
students. The deadline for abstract submission is August 3.
To submit an abstract to our session, please visit:
For instructions on submitting an abstract, please visit:
Note that there are reduced cost registration fees for students coming
from low and lower middle income countries. For more information on this,
ED034. Undergraduate Students Sharing in the Geosciences: Promoting
Scientific Research Collaborations Across Disciplines (link to session:
Undergraduate research opportunities in the geosciences provide experiences
where students can engage in meaningful relationships with faculty mentors.
Students also gain much from interactions with other students across
disciplines as valuable feedback is exchanged and connections made,
possibly leading to professional collaboration. This session invites
undergraduates to share their research on topics across the geosciences as
we highlight the work of undergraduate students and their research
facilitators. We encourage successful multidisciplinary projects that
provide increased opportunities for research collaborations either with
fellow students or with mentors.
We look forward to learning about your work in December!
Esther James, Harvard University
Jeffrey A Battaglia, Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University
Esther K. James, Ph.D.
Earth and Planetary Sciences <http://www.eps.harvard.edu/> | Harvard
24 Oxford Street, Rm 101a, Cambridge, MA 02138
Email: estherkjames at fas.harvard.edu
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