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2014 Workshop for Heads and Chairs of Earth and Space Sciences Departments

Sunday, December 14, 2014, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco
Location: InterContinental Ballroom B, at the InterContinental San Francisco, 888 Howard St., San Francisco


Register for the workshop by November 5th.

This one-day workshop provides an opportunity for heads and chairs of Earth and Space Science departments to discuss issues and strategies for building a strong department, meet other heads and chairs, and learn more about current issues. The workshop program will include the following:

2013-2014 Board of the AGU Heads and Chairs of Earth and Space Science Departments
Matthew James, Sonoma State (Chair)
Gary Solar, Buffalo State College (Chair-Elect)
John Geissman, University of Texas at Dallas (Past Chair)
Lydia Fox, University of the Pacific
Neil Iverson, Iowa State University
Katryn Wiese, City College of San Francisco

Workshop Support
Pranoti Asher, AGU, Manager of Education and Public Outreach
Heather Macdonald, College of William and Mary
Carol Ormand, SERC at Carleton College

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