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13 December 2010

A view of the Council meeting from an early career scientist

When I learned that AGU was broadening its efforts to reach early career scientists and students to participate in AGU leadership, I was thrilled and immediately jumped at the opportunity to serve AGU in this capacity. I was selected, and yesterday I participated in my first meeting as an AGU Council member. Upon officially joining the Council, I realized how great of an opportunity this is! I’ve always held the impression that opportunities like this were reserved for individuals who were much farther along in their career than me.


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13 January 2010

At Nine Years Old, the Youngest FM09 Scientist!

Yesterday I got this letter in my inbox. It is truly amazing! Claire was also featured in a news story produced by the Bay Area’s ABC affiliate, KGO-TV. Hello from Claire Dworsky, the youngest scientist to have presented a poster at the 2009 AGU annual meeting in San Francisco. Yes, I am nine years old and I go to school in San Francisco, so it was easy for me to …


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