|Register now to join a diverse community of scientists, students, journalists, policymakers, organizations and educators in New Orleans and online everywhere for the world’s largest Earth and space sciences conference. The AGU Fall Meeting 2021 is all about giving you the tools to advance your work and career, providing a forum to grow your personal network and identifying what “Science is Society” (our theme) means to you.|
We know that many of you want to help individuals who were affected by the destruction caused by Hurricane Ida in Louisiana and Mississippi. Please read our From the Prow post for details.
In addition, some of you have asked what happens now with #AGU21. We are in close contact with state and local officials as they continue to assess the situation. Based on current updates, we are confident that we will have our meeting in New Orleans, LA and online everywhere.
Here is what to expect from #AGU21:
Keynotes and Plenaries – Presidential Forum speaker Dr. Robert D. Bullard with more announcements to come
Scientific Program – Named Lectures; Union and Innovation Sessions; eLightning; Town Halls; Scientific Workshops
General Programming – Sketch Your Science; Skills for Science; Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Science Policy 101; and many more popular topics
Poster Presentations – in-person and virtual sessions will include traditional poster presentations as well as dynamic online iPosters and PDF presentations.
Exhibit Hall – your opportunity to broaden your knowledge base, learn about new products and services, and embrace the joy of science with this year’s extensive list of exhibitors
Field Trips – participate in off-site adventures both in-person and virtually. Registration for field trips opens in October
Student & Early Career Events – resources for students and professionals at all levels in Earth and space sciences
Honors Ceremony and Banquet – celebrate those individuals who have made outstanding contributions to our community and to society