Enlighten us…but keep it short!

Highlights from your favorite virtual Earth science community.

The popular science storytelling event Ignite@AGU is back and in person at this year’s 2021 AGU Fall Meeting! Sponsored by NASA’s Earth Science Division and held in partnership with the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP), Ignite@AGU enables scientists to showcase their professional and personal interests through fast 5-minute talks.

Submissions are due Monday, November 1st. Up to ten talks will be selected and we encourage individuals at any career stage to submit! Check out the 2019 and 2020 Ignite@AGU talks for inspiration. 

Ignite will be held on December 16th at an outdoor, covered venue and will follow all local COVID-19 guidance. Following AGU Fall Meeting covid guidance, you must be fully vaccinated to attend.

For those attending virtually, no fear, we will hold an Ignite ‘watch party’ of the live event in January 2022 with all of our speakers available for live chat. 

Look at the website for more details on how to submit. Be bold — it’s the best stage all week!

NOTE: 2022 ESIP January Meeting: Call for Sessions DUE November 8th
The session proposal portal for the 2022 ESIP January Meeting (January 18th-21st, 2022 ONLINE) is open now through 11/8. For over 20 years, ESIP meetings have brought together the most innovative thinkers and leaders around Earth science data, thus forming a community dedicated to making Earth science data more discoverable, accessible and useful to researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and the public. See, for example, topics and speakers from the 2021 ESIP July Meeting. We especially welcome session proposals related to ESIP's 2022 theme: Data for All People: From Data Generation to Data Use and Understanding. Learn more about the process and timeline and submit a proposal by 11/8 here.

ESIP is funded with support from NASA, NOAA, and the USGS. 
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