Early Career Geoscience Faculty Visit to the National Science Foundation
Friday, July 27, 2018
9:00-9:30 Arrival at National Science Foundation
9:30-10:00 Check in (ID required), Deposit Luggage (Room TBD)
- A valid federal or state government identification card that is REAL ID Act compliant is required for entry to NSF facilities. Please check the Department of Homeland Security website (https://www.dhs.gov/current-status-states-territories) to determine if your driver's license is REAL ID Act compliant, or determine what alternative forms of identification you should bring. Examples of valid ID include: REAL ID Act compliant driver's licenses, passport, CAC/PIV card, or pictured I-9 documentation. Please check the NSF website http://www.nsf.gov/about/visit/alt-ids.jsp for examples of alternative forms of identification accepted by NSF.
- You will go through metal detectors at the entrance (security requirements are similar to TSA).
All meetings are in the main NSF Building, on the second floor.
10:15 Welcome to NSF
10:45-11:45 Small group meetings (attend one)
Programs in the Division of Earth Sciences, Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, Polar Programs, and Ocean Sciences:
- Geobiology & Low-Temperature Geochemistry
- Geomorphology and Land-Use Dynamics
- Hydrologic Sciences
- Petrology and Geochemistry
- Programs in the Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
- Programs in the Division of Ocean Sciences
- Polar Programs
11:45-1:00pm Lunch at the NSF Cafeteria. Please do not leave the NSF building, as it is complex to get you back in through security.
Individual appointments will mostly occur between 1:30am-4pm. Please check appointment schedule, and feel free to exit/enter ongoing sessions so that you can attend individual appointments**
Individual appointments will be located in lounge/meeting areas near our three main meeting rooms.
1:00-1:40 Integrating Research and Education: NSF CAREER Program -- Sonia Esperanca, Gayle Pugh
1:45-2:25 Concurrent sessions (attend one)
- Earth Sciences (EAR) Instrumentation and Facilities -- Russell Kelz, David Lambert
- Instrumentation and Facilities in AGS -- Shree Mishra & Linnea Avallone
- Antarctic & Arctic Logistics & Planning, and Navigating the New Arctic-- Alex Isern & Mike Jackson
- Ocean Sciences Logistics, Facilities & Ship Time --
2:30-3:10 Concurrent sessions (attend one)
- Opportunities for supporting undergraduate education in the Geosciences -- Lina Patino & Lisa Rom
- Mentoring Graduate Students in submitting GRFP proposals --
- Data Management for NSF supported projects -- Raleigh Martin
3:15-3:55 Broader Impacts and Increasing Diversity in the Geosciences -- Lina Patino
3:00-5:00 Debrief: Check in with Sarah or Tessa before you leave so we know how your visit went!