Upcoming Webinars in Special Webinars
Thursday, 29 March 2018 2pm–3pm ET
Victoria Forlini, Felicita Wight, and Nathaniel Janick
What drove you to science? Was it the looking into a telescope for the first time, turning over rocks, a trip to a museum? The AGU Narratives wants to capture the hidden stories behind our Earth and space science. Through the use of the an App (StoryCorps) anyone, anywhere, at any time can share their story. This unique opportunity for the AGU Centennial to learn of firsthand accounts of the stories behind the science. Join our webinar to learn about storytelling and how to capture the stories of your networks and your science.
Past Webinars in Special Webinars
Friday, 17 November 2017 1pm–2pm ET
A briefing from one of the teams involved in recent NSF-supported efforts to boost equity and inclusion in the geosciences.
Wednesday, 1 November 2017 7am–8am ET
JGR: Atmospheres Editor in Chief, Minghua Zhang and JGR: Space Physics Editor, Yuming Wang
Want to learn how to successfully and efficiently get from the manuscript writing process to a published article in a peer-reviewed journal? Attend this webinar given by JGR: Atmospheres Editor in Chief, Minghua Zhang and JGR: Space Physics Editor, Yuming Wang.
Friday, 13 October 2017 1pm–2pm ET
Find out about the highlights of the latest data from the AGI Geoscience Student Exit Survey and what these trends mean. This webinar will be presented by staff members of the American Geosciences Institute.
Friday, 22 September 2017 1pm–2pm ET
The latest updates on community efforts to address issues of harassment and workplace climate issues. This webinar will be presented by Billy Williams, Vice President of Scientific Programs at the American Geophysical Union.
Thursday, 3 August 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Preston Jacobs, Rereading Fire, Rethinking Ice
Special guest Preston Jacobs of Rereading Ice, Rethinking Fire will explore how geology has impacted events in the Game of Thrones series.
Thursday, 27 July 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Special guest Miles Traer will discuss his "A Geologic Map of Game of Thrones" and talk about how pop culture can be an effective vehicle to communicate your science.
Wednesday, 7 June 2017 1pm–2pm ET
Join Pranoti Asher, Education Manager at AGU, and guest Laura Guertin, professor of Earth science at Penn State-Brandywine, as they discuss how you can integrate AGU's Virtual Poster Showcase into your syllabus or REU program to improve your students' capacity for communicating their science with their peers and superiors.