The AS Section is holding a special networking event for early career atmospheric science students on Sunday, 8 December at 6:00 PM PST. If you are student who would like to discuss career opportunities with experts from the private sector, academia and government in an informal and friendly setting, please register for this event. Registration is limited to the first 150 students who sign up! Light refreshments will be served.
The Atmospheric Sciences Section studies the physics, chemistry, and dynamics of the atmosphere, particularly the two layers closest to Earth’s surface, the stratosphere and troposphere. These layers are crucial to life because they regulate the planetary surface temperature, play an integral role in the world’s water cycle, and screen the planet from high-energy radiation.
AGU has implemented an incentive program to increase AGU member donations and at the same time increase AGU's support of the sections. AS supports monetary awards for the AS Early Career Awardees and travel to the AGU Fall meeting for AS students and early career members, especially those from developing countries.
We are launching a new committee with a primary goal to broadly support early career members of AS, including i dentifying their needs and opportunities for professional development, and working ...
The AS section would like to congratulate its members who will be recognized for their professional excellence and leadership at the 2019 Fall Meeting. In particular:
AGU Fellows are individuals who ...
AS is committed to increasing the number of nominations from our community for both Section Honors and Union Awards and Medals. We are especially driven to greatly increase nominations of underrepresented ...
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