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And, finally, here we go again, at EGU22!! After a long year, in person or virtually, we are sure will all attend amazing sessions. So here there is a quick guide for the first day of GMPV at EGU22, so you will not get lost! Let’s start in the morning with the geochemical and mineralogical study of the Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 in “Mass extinctions and major environmental changes througho ...[Read More]

GMPV for Sustainable Development – the role of Museums and Heritage

GMPV for Sustainable Development – the role of Museums and Heritage

GMPV and The Sustainable Development Goals In 2015 all United Nations Member States adopted a set of Global Goals, as a universal call to protect our planet, end poverty and ensure that all people can enjoy peace and prosperity. These are called the Sustainable Development Goals – 17 integrated goals aimed at addressing the challenges our society is currently facing considering social, economic, a ...[Read More]

What is the Imposter Phenomenon and what can we do about it?

What is the Imposter Phenomenon and what can we do about it?

“What am I doing here?”, “Am I really good enough for this job?”, or “I was lucky this time” are thoughts that have probably crossed the minds of most of the readers here at least at some point in their careers. Even though a healthy level of self-doubt is normal for everyone, these thoughts and especially the feeling of being a fraud, can be signs of the so called imposter “syndrome”. It is estim ...[Read More]

GMPV Outside Academia: a Panel Discussion of EGU Campfires – March 16 @ 13:00 CET

GMPV Outside Academia: a Panel Discussion of EGU Campfires – March 16 @ 13:00 CET

The Early Career Scientists (ECS) Committee of the GMPV Division is excited to present the new Campfires’ session ‘GMPV Outside Academia’! Join us at lunchtime for a virtual panel discussion with four amazing panellists! The panel discussion will be held on Wednesday 16th March at 13pm CET on Zoom. Our four panellists are: Rebecca Paisley – Exploration Geochemist for Cornis ...[Read More]