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The National Science Foundation. Photo by Carol Ormand.

Early Career Geoscience Faculty Visit to the National Science Foundation

Friday, August 2, 2013

If you are planning to go (or are thinking about going) on the optional NSF visit on August 2, please browse the NSF web site, which provides information about all of their programs, including the Program Directors. Particular web pages that may be useful give information about the Geoscience Directorate (this includes links to the Divisions of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Ocean Sciences), the Geoscience Staff, the Division of Undergraduate Education, and the Division of Human Resources.

Schedule

Travel to NSF on your own by Metrorail. The nearest station to AGU is Dupont Circle (Red Line). Take the train in the direction of Glenmont two stops to Metro Center and change for the Orange Line in the direction of Vienna. Get off at the Ballston-MU station. From the top of the station escalator, turn right to Stuart Street. Turn left on Stuart and walk one block. The north entrance to NSF is directly in front of you across 9th St. N. Travel time ~45 minutes.

8:30-9:00 Check in at security desk (get visitor badge). You must have a government-issued photo identification (e.g., driver's license).

9:00-9:50 Introduction to the National Science Foundation and Geoscience-Related Programs (Room 110)

Looking up in the atrium of the National Science Foundation. Photo by Carol Ormand.

10:00-11:00 Small group meetings with core programs in Earth Sciences and selected other divisions.

For those whose research interests are different than the programs listed below, individual meetings with relevant program officers can be arranged. Small group meetings are scheduled based on the number of participants with interests in these programs and the availability of program officers.

11:05 - 11:45 Concurrent Sessions

11:45-12:45 Lunch on your own or with small groups

Afternoon: Concurrent sessions concerning broader topics and special programs of interest to Geoscience faculty. Individual meetings with NSF Program Officers to discuss research projects and goals will also be arranged.

In the atrium of the National Science Foundation. Photo by Carol Ormand.

1:00-1:40 Concurrent Sessions

1:45-2:25 Concurrent Sessions

2:30-3:10 Concurrent sessions

3:15 - 3:45 Debriefing session (Room 730) (Individual appointments with Program Officers will continue based upon need and availability).

Participants will depart on their own.




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