The Fellows program was established in 1962 and recognizes AGU members who have made exceptional contributions to Earth and space science through a breakthrough, discovery, or innovation in their field. Fellows act as external experts, capable of advising government agencies and other organizations outside the sciences upon request. The program enhances the prestige of AGU and motivates members to achieve excellence in research.
For more information about the AGU Fellows Program, please consult the Program Overview on the AGU Honors website.
A webinar video describing the nomination process, tips, and leading practices on nominating a Fellow for AGU can be found here.