As we all adapt to working remotely, we are pleased to announce that the Earth and Space Science Open Archive (ESSOAr) has new capabilities to make virtual collaboration even easier.
When I announced I would be leaving AGU in October 2019, 31 March seemed so far away. But now that it’s only a few days from now, I realize time flew by so quickly!
The executive committee is pleased to announce that Julie Freeman will serve as AGU’s interim executive director and CEO.
We appreciate the many inquiries we’ve received from all of you about our staff’s well-being, so we thought we’d write a Prow post to keep you updated on how and what we’re doing.
We’ve come to the end of our March Council meeting,
And I’ve been asked to summarize in case you’ve been sleeping.
Even though Fall Meeting 2019 was only a few months ago, AGU is already planning Fall Meeting 2020.
While a few vital science programs were funded, overall the president’s proposed budget is a severe disappointment for science and ignores the many ways in which science fuels our economy, safeguards our security, improves our health and well-being, and is critical for a thriving future.
I want to update you on our progress for AGU’s next CEO and executive director.
During pre-Fall Meeting #AGU19, AGU announced that we would make our Digital Library an added benefit of individual membership, effective January 2020.