AGU’s Leadership Development/Governance Committee recaps the timing, participation, and other details of the organization’s recently completed 2018 leadership election.
As new AGU leaders assume their governance roles in 2019, about half of the organization’s current officers will continue to serve and provide leadership continuity.
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The American Geophysical Union announces the full slate of leadership candidates. Voting will open at the end of August.
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.
Lisa Graumlich recommended to fill Board position by confirmation vote.
Knauss, an oceanographer who fiercely advocated for national and global marine initiatives, helped to develop many iconic programs and institutions that are key parts of oceanography today.
The American Geophysical Union has chosen 60 new Fellows and will honor them at the upcoming 2016 Fall Meeting in San Francisco, Calif.
The world's largest organization of Earth and space scientists honors 32 exceptional scientists and journalists.
The 2015 American Geophysical Union Class of Fellows has been selected and will be recognized at the annual Fall Meeting in San Francisco, Calif.