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Join the EGU GD social media team!

Join the EGU GD social media team!

Join our enthusiastic team of social media managers!    We are looking for new people who are interested in joining an enthusiastic team of young researchers to help manage the EGU Geodynamics social media platforms (Facebook and/or Twitter) for the new academic year. This is an excellent opportunity for early-career researchers to expand their scientific circle while working within the EGU G ...[Read More]

What to expect from vEGU21: virtual General Assembly

What to expect from vEGU21: virtual General Assembly

This year, once again, the EGU General Assembly (GA) will be completely online. The 2021 GA will include all components of an in-presence EGU GA, such as sharing scientific content, connecting with your peers, making new contacts, attending short courses, etc. With the virtual GA looming in one week, it’s time for all attendees to finish (or start..) their scientific contributions and figure out h ...[Read More]

The Sassy Scientist – Bra-Burning Bingo

The Sassy Scientist – Bra-Burning Bingo

As a first rate scientist, Kev makes a keen observation about the lack of diversity in the Augustus Love Medal nominations, but is struggling to come to a conclusion to the question: Why is there a lack of nominations for established female scientists for the Augustus Love Medal of the EGU Geodynamics Division? Dear Kev, I’m no Sherlock, but the elementary answer is: not enough EGU members n ...[Read More]

How the EGU works: Experiences as GD Division President

How the EGU works: Experiences as GD Division President

In a new regular feature, Paul Tackley,  president of the EGU geodynamics division, writes about his role as a president, and gives us an insider’s view on how EGU works and is preparing for the future.  Stepping into the role of GD Division President has given me a big learning experience about how the European Geosciences Union is run and about how members are represented and can participa ...[Read More]