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“My teacher is a volcanologist”- Valeria Cigala tells us about her journey from academia to middle school teaching

“My teacher is a volcanologist”- Valeria Cigala tells us about her journey from academia to middle school teaching

Valeria Cigala (Ph.D.) is a geoscientist by education and an expert in explosive volcanism and related hazards. She has been the Early Career Scientists Representative for the Natural Hazards Division of EGU from 2019 to 2022 and Editor-in-chief of our blog. Valeria is currently employed as a maths and science teacher at the middle school level in Italy. In this inspiring interview, she is sharing ...[Read More]

The EGU23 bucket list for Natural Hazards Early Career Scientists

The EGU23 bucket list for Natural Hazards Early Career Scientists

The European Geoscience Union (EGU) General Assembly (GA) is a precious occasion to create new connections and receive new stimuli to feed your own research, specifically for those in the early stages of their career. Nevertheless, the occasions for networking and scientific discussion can be so many, that it could be difficult to choose what to attend. As a junior researcher and early career scie ...[Read More]

New positions to join the Natural Hazards Division team!

New positions to join the Natural Hazards Division team!

Interested in being actively involved in shaping the EGU NH Division activities and organising the annual General Assembly?  Are you working in the Natural Hazards field? Then keep reading… we need you! Our Division is seeking: a new Science Officer for the NH10 Multi-Hazards sub-division a new Social Media Coordinator For both positions, the term is fixed for a two-year period with a possible ext ...[Read More]

Writing successful research proposal: tips and tricks

Writing successful research proposal: tips and tricks

Have you arrived at that moment in your career when you have some potential ideas that you think would be relevant to science? Do you need financial support to advance your science career, and decided to apply for a grant? Today’s blog post brings you a good starting point with advice from three grant winners during the campfire organised by the NH ECS division team: “Writing successful research p ...[Read More]