AGU Council meeting notification dates.
Earth and space scientists traveled to Washington, D. C., to participate in Geosciences Congressional Visits Day.
Three events for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students will occur at the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting.
On 9 December a dynamic, new, broadly inclusive, and freely accessible Earth and space science news website will launch: Eos.org.
The Edmond M. Dewan Young Scientist Scholarship fund has reached its goal of $25,000.
AGU announces new editors for several of its journals.
Caterina Brighi is the recipient of the 2014 David S. Miller Young Scientist Scholarship, and Megan Behnke is the 2014 recipient of the David E. Lumley Scholarship.
As a scientist, you can be a part of the conversation and show politicians that Earth and space sciences are critical fields in need of their support.
AGU is revising its data accessibility and preservation position statement.
AGU has elected 57 members to leadership positions that will begin on 1 January 2015.