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How to EGU22: Beyond the science – a world of networking, science for policy, mentoring, jobs and careers

How to EGU22: Beyond the science – a world of networking, science for policy, mentoring, jobs and careers

With EGU’s first hybrid General Assembly soon approaching, we’re sure you’re browsing through the conference sessions to bookmark your favourite ones. The scientific sessions are certainly amongst the highlights every year, but did you know there’s so much more you can explore during the week-long event? EGU22 has an exciting program with sessions that go beyond the science – including Early Caree ...[Read More]

How to EGU22: the first hybrid General Assembly has the best of both worlds!

How to EGU22: the first hybrid General Assembly has the best of both worlds!

Since the first EGU General Assembly in 2004, the European Geosciences Union’s annual scientific conference has welcomed thousands of researchers from all over the globe, every year. As the event grew in scale, we found a home in Vienna, Austria, attracting scientists, science for policy researchers and journalists from around the world, to discuss the latest developments in the Earth, planetary a ...[Read More]

Job opportunity at the EGU General Assembly: photography press assistant

Job opportunity at the EGU General Assembly: photography press assistant

We have one vacancy for a photographer with an interest in science communication to work at the press centre of the EGU22 General Assembly which will be held in Vienna, Austria and online, from 23–27 May. The successful candidate will be required to attend the General Assembly in-person in Vienna. Applications from geoscience students with experience in science communication are also very welcome. ...[Read More]

#shareEGU20: A closing message from Susanne Buiter, outgoing Programme Committee Chair.

#shareEGU20: A closing message from Susanne Buiter, outgoing Programme Committee Chair.

Susanne Buiter, a Professor at RWTH Aachen University in Germany and former President of the Tectonics and Structural Geology Division of EGU, will be stepping down from her current role as Programme Committee Chair at the end of this year’s General Assembly. Whilst that should have happened in Vienna as normal, EGU was faced with the difficult decision to cancel the physical meeting this ye ...[Read More]