The Atmospheric and Space Electricity Early Career Award recognizes significant contributions to atmospheric and space electricity science within 10 years of receiving the Ph.D. or highest equivalent terminal degree. Notable contributions can include, for example, the awardee’s high research impact, innovative interdisciplinary work, educational accomplishments (teaching, mentoring, and course development), positive societal impact, or other relevant contributions. This Award also serves to acknowledge that the awardee shows exceptional promise for sustained contributions and continued leadership in atmospheric and space electricity.
The nomination process is similar to that of the AGU Fellow process, although fewer letters of support are required.
Nomination package details
We suggest that the nominator give details about the nominee’s significant early career contributions to atmospheric and space electricity through a combination of research, education, and/or outreach activities for the benefit of science, colleagues, and society at large. In addition, diverse letters of support are encouraged (i.e., individuals not currently or recently associated with the candidate’s institution of graduate education or employment).
Please direct any questions to Maribeth Stolzenburg or Timothy Lang.
2018 winner Eric Bruning (left) receiving his ASE Early-Career award from ASE president Tim Lang (right) at the 2018 Fall Meeting ASE business meeting. (Photo credit: Scott Rudlosky)
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