Tag Archives: AGU H3S

Early career scientists conquer new frontiers: an H3S conversation

Originally posted by CUAHSI. For the month of April, H3S, AGU’s Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee, will be taking over CUAHSI’s Cyberseminar series. Each of the four seminars will showcase talks by four early career scientists studying some of the most … Continue reading

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Update from H3S

By Niels Claes Less than 5 months to go until the AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans starts and H3S are shifting into a higher gear with the preparation of following Fall Meeting activities:

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Inspiring Young Scientists to Serve

by Allison Goodwell (AGU H3S member) Why should a graduate student or early career researcher set aside time to participate in a service-oriented organization? When we finally achieve a delicate balance between research, classes, teaching, and fieldwork, service might seem … Continue reading

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Tips and resources for giving a Pop-Up talk (AGU submission deadline Aug 3!)

For the third consecutive year, Pop-Ups are taking place at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting! ┬áPop-Up talks are brief, informal talks organized by students for the AGU community. The goal of pop-up talks is to open a space for … Continue reading

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AGU Hydrology Student Activities in 2016

By Kevin Roche and Evan Kipnis The Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee (H3S) of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) is having a productive year! H3S creates opportunities for hydrology students and early career scientists to connect with one another, interface with … Continue reading

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