“Opening Doors to Open Science” is our annual theme and we are now accepting session proposals for the 2023 July ESIP Meeting.
ESIP Meeting: Call for Sessions
Send in your proposals by Mon, May 8
We are excited to announce that the session proposal portal is open for the 2023 July ESIP Meeting. We will gather in-person in Burlington, Vermont, and online. The deadline for submission is 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, May 8.
We will be working again with Charley Haley from Way Foragers to support session development. More to come!
Join in-person at the booth, teach a demo or tutorial, answer Earth science data and software questions virtually over Twitter and Slack, or share a tool through a recorded demo or one-pager. Fill out our volunteer form by April 5.
Raskin Scholarship – Applications Due March 25
Founded in honor of Rob Raskin, this scholarship helps support graduate students in the Earth or computer sciences with an interest in community evolution of Earth science data systems. The awardee presents at the July ESIP Meeting and their travel is covered for the conference
Landslides in Türkiye | NASA | Rachel Brooke Soobitsky from SSAI, an ESIP Partner, works on the NASA Goddard Disasters Team mapping landslides
Apply for the AGU LANDInG Academy (March 31)
Applications are now open for the 2023-2025 AGU LANDInG Academy, a two-year professional development program for current and aspiring leaders of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the Earth and space sciences. In the first year, Fellows will engage with evidence-based resources to build expertise in the fundamentals of DEI. In the second year, Fellows will utilize their new knowledge to implement a personalized DEI project at their own institution. Apply by 31 March.
DOOS Meeting: Exploring collective solutions to global deep-sea challenges (May 9-11)
Join the Annual Meeting for the Deep Ocean Observing Strategy (DOOS). The event runs May 9-11 and is virtual. The focus is on scientific and societal needs across communities and disciplines, increasing global capacity to observe the deep sea. Register on the DOOS website.
OpenAQ Community Ambassador Program (March 22)
The OpenAQ Community Ambassador Program supports emerging air quality leaders in low- and middle-income countries in developing skills to fight air inequality. Over 10 months, Ambassadors receive a $2,000 stipend and interdisciplinary training (with a focus on using data), leadership development, and a supportive professional community to hone skills and expertise in the air quality field. Apply by March 22.
Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.