Welcome our 2023 Community Fellows
ESIP Community Fellows are graduate students interested in bridging the gap between informatics and Earth science. This year's class of Community Fellows is a mix of returning fellows and new faces. They span many Earth science and data science fields, bringing together a strong team with interdisciplinary interests and enthusiasm.
Jake Gearon | Indiana University | Envirosensing Cluster
Chhaya Kulkarni | University of Maryland, Baltimore County | Data Readiness Cluster
Chad Lanctot | University of Tennessee | Physical Samples Cluster
Michael Mahoney | State University of New York | Information Technology & Interoperability Committee
Sruti Modekurty | Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters in Urban Climate and Sustainability | Community Resilience Cluster
Kyla Richards | Hawaii Pacific University | Biological Data Standards Cluster
Daniel Segessenman | George Mason University | Data Stewardship Committee
Morgan Wofford | Univ. of Michigan | Open Science Cluster
Ignite@AGU – RSVP early
This year, Ignite will be at the Adler Planetarium on Wednesday, Dec 14 during the AGU Fall Meeting. The talks start at 6 p.m. and space is limited so make sure to RSVP and pick up your fire-themed wristband at the Open Science & Data Help Desk (Booth 1901).
We have a great line up of speakers this year!
Register for the 2023 January ESIP Meeting
The agenda is up on our Sched site and early registration is open through Thursday, January 5. Details on partner, non-partner, and all other rates can be found through our registration portal.