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In 2012, ESIP lost long-time member Rob Raskin and his family started scholarship to help students. Help us find this year's Raskin Scholar. 

ESIP News and Events

Call for Raskin Scholarship Applications

The Raskin Scholarship seeks to promote collaboration, research support, and exposure for talented students in the Earth or computer sciences. The scholarship includes a $5,000 award and support to attend the July 2022 ESIP Meeting (July 18-22, 2022). Applications are due Friday, March 25.

Subject Matter Expert RFP: Environmental Justice

Help us find a subject matter expert (SME) who understands environmental justice stakeholders and communities along with their data needs and challenges. Together with ESIP, NASA, and a facilitation consultant, the SME will assist us in identifying and engaging a diverse group of participants in a series of three meetings in April and May. 

For any organizations interested in participating, let us know via this form and we'll circle back when recruiting begins. 

Meeting Highlights Webinar ‚ÄĒ Available on YouTube

You can now catch the January 2022 Meeting Highlights Webinar recording on the ESIP YouTube, where you'll also find a playlist with all the recordings from the plenaries and breakout sessions. If you'd like to catch up on individual breakout sessions, review key takeaways, or check back on the group notes, then head over to the meeting's Sched page: 2022esipjanuarymeeting.sched.com 

Have a Demo for the Out2Lunch Webinar Series?

In 10-minute demos with with five-minute Q&A, the Out2Lunch series hosted by the ESIP Education Committee is a quick way for K-12 science teachers to get inspired by new tools they can use to teach Earth science concepts in their classrooms. Reach out to Carla McAuliffe carla_mcauliffe@terc.edu if you're interested in sharing. 

Find Your People: ESIP has 30+ Collaboration Areas

Collaboration Area Telecons

Here's what to expect this week: 

  • Tuesday¬†
    • Information Quality¬†(2 p.m. EST)¬†“International Community Guidelines for Documenting and Sharing Dataset Quality Information” from co-chair Ge Peng
    • Physical Samples (5 p.m. EST) Guest speaker: Holly Little from the TDWG Earth Science Interest Group and next steps on Sample Sharing Guidelines
  • Wednesday
    • Knowledge Graphs Special Session¬†(4 p.m. EST)¬†Following up on the popular breakout at the January 2022 ESIP Meeting.¬†
  • Thursday¬†
    • Schema.org¬†(2:30 p.m. EST)¬†
    • Air Quality (4 p.m. EST)¬†

See the full telecon calendar. Select the meeting you'd like to attend, login instructions are included in description. Please review and follow our community guidelines. 

This Week in Earth Science Data

Data Viz

When your data are so metal you need a sculpture:

US EPA Research writes @EPAresearch, “Our unique reactive fish sculpture moves up and down based on turbidity, moves its tail to reflect dissolved oxygen levels, changes ribcage color to show salinity concentrations and changes color of base to represent algae concentrations.” This Village Blue Reactive Fish Sculpture is on display at the New Canal Lighthouse on Lake Ponchartrain in New Orleans, LA.


Worth a read…

Tune in…

2022 EarthCube Annual Meeting: Building Beyond
The EarthCube Community welcomes everyone who is interested in the intersection between cyberinfrastructure and the geosciences to join us at the 2022 EarthCube Annual Meeting to be held June 14-16, 2022 in San Diego (La Jolla), California. 

The organizers welcome abstracts for Notebooks, Posters, Oral & Working sessions. Submit abstracts by March 8.
 

Check out…

Satellite-based early warning and alert systems for conservation applications
A graduate student from the University of Maryland, Baltimore College is conducting a survey  to document the applications of satellite-based early warning and alert systems for conservation and barriers to their use.

SGCI Mini Gateways 2022 (Due March 7)
With the success of virtual meetings, the Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI) is running a “mini” conference April 5-7 to offer¬†diverse options for sharing work and networking in the community. The format includes tutorial sessions, panels, presentations in the form of lightning talks, and an open forum. Registration will be free and the call for submissions is open.¬†¬†

Einstein Foundation Award (Due April 30)
Call for entries: The international ‚ā¨500K Einstein Foundation Award honors researchers and institutions across all scientific disciplines working to advance research quality.¬†

Pathways to Enable Open-Source Ecosystems (Due May 12)
NSF is introducing a new program called ‚ÄúPathways to Enable Open-Source Ecosystems‚ÄĚ (PEOSE).¬†The purpose of the program is to harness the power of open-source development for the creation of new technology solutions to problems of national and societal importance.¬†The first phase proposal deadline is May 12, 2022, and more info is on the PEOSE website.¬†

Job Opportunities

Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.
 
You'll find positions like:

  • Data Scientist, CyVerse, to work in ML/AI applications in the life sciences in the University of Arizona BIO5 Institute
  • Research Data Systems Archivist, Odom Institute at University of North Carolina at¬†Chapel Hill, to help extend more specialized data support services on campus
  • Director of Office of Technology Incubation and Innovation, NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC),¬†to run¬†selected programs led by the NASA Office of Chief Technologist (OCT) and the Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD)¬†

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