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Megan Holdt

Megan is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. Her research focuses on understanding the interplay between mantle dynamics and surface processes. Megan is part of the GD blog team as an editor and is also the ECS representative for the geodynamics division.

Call for Applications: Early Career Scientist Representative (GD Division)

Call for Applications: Early Career Scientist Representative (GD Division)

The Geodynamics Division (GD) is looking for an enthusiastic geodynamicist to take up the position of Early Career Scientist (ECS) representative for 2024-2026! Our current ECS representative, Megan Holdt, will be handing over this position at EGU24. This role is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in EGU, contribute to building the geodynamics community and create a welcoming environment for ...[Read More]

The Geodynamics Division @ EGU23

The Geodynamics Division @ EGU23

With the EGU General Assembly (GA) less than a month away, it’s time for attendees to start planning their schedule to get the most out of the week. In today’s blog, Geodynamics (GD) Division Early Career Scientist (ECS) representative Megan Holdt highlights the networking events for the GD Division, provides an overview of key events at the GA and gives some tips for first-time attend ...[Read More]

Earth Science Beyond Academia

Earth Science Beyond Academia

Although a career in academic research is a great choice for some, the majority of PhD students will pursue careers outside of universities and research institutes. This week, we learn about the experiences of PhD and Masters students who are embarking on successful careers beyond academia.   Name: Deborah Wehner Degree: PhD in Earth Sciences New field: Tech Current Role: Software Developer E ...[Read More]