Sixty-two individuals have been elected to the 2020 Class of Fellows.
AGU will formally recognize this year’s recipients in December at an online celebration during Fall Meeting 2020.
Eighty-five distinguished scientists receive accolades from groups representing their disciplines within AGU, the world’s largest Earth and space science society.
A new Eos series from diverse perspectives will show us how to lead our community into a vibrant, inclusive future.
Nominations of and accolades earned by women climb to representative rates within the AGU community.
After 9 years, Chris McEntee is stepping down as AGU CEO/Executive Director
The world’s largest organization of Earth and space scientists honors 36 exceptional individuals.
AGU is proud to have chosen 62 new Fellows and will honor them at Fall Meeting 2019 in San Francisco, Calif.
Eighty-two distinguished scientists receive accolades from groups representing their disciplines within AGU, the world’s largest Earth and space science society.
The AGU Ethics and Equity Center is a new hub for resources and tools to support all members of the Earth and space science community and encourage workplace excellence.