American Geophysical Union members elected Lisa Graumlich to the AGU Board of Directors. AGU's Council also selected its new leadership team, heeding diversity criteria.
Carol Finn has been a member of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) since 1980, formerly serving as AGU president from 2013 to 2014. Carol has served as a geophysicist for the U.S. Geological Survey since 1978. Her research focuses on the geological interpretation of potential field data, volcano hazards, and tectonics.
Carol received her bachelor’s degree in geology from Wellesley College. She has her master’s degree and Ph.D. in geophysics from the University of Colorado. She is a fellow of the Geological Society of America and has published more than 133 articles—19 in AGU journals. Carol’s board and committee service includes the AGU Board of Directors, AGU Governance Committee, Thriving Earth Exchange Task Force, AGU Executive Committee, AGU Development Committee, AGU Budget and Finance Committee, University of Colorado Advisory Board, ad hoc committee to recommend Sites of Scientific Excellence to the Science Committee of the National Park System Advisory Board, and National Science Foundation Antarctic Science Strategy Committees.
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Lisa Graumlich recommended to fill Board position by confirmation vote.
Bell to Be AGU President-Elect/Leadership Transition Begins
As new AGU leaders assume their governance roles in 2017, about half of the organization's current officers will continue to serve and provide leadership continuity.
2016 AGU Election Statistics
The American Geophysical Union's Governance Committee recaps the timing, participation, and other details of the organization's recently completed 2016 leadership election.
Every Vote Counts: Final Slate for 2016 AGU Elections
Voting is a right of membership, and your vote is important!
Upcoming Leadership Elections
The American Geophysical Union announces the full slate of leadership candidates. Voting will open 29 August.
Working Together to Advance the Earth and Space Sciences
Attendees at the American Geophysical Union’s 2014 Fall Meeting embodied the Union’s mission of “Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity.”