Initial Publication Date: April 16, 2021

Early Career Geoscience Faculty Virtual Visit to the National Science Foundation

Event Schedule
(all times Eastern Daylight Time)

Tuesday, July 27

3:30 pm - Introduction and Welcoming Remarks - Lina Patino, Acting Deputy Assistant Director, Geosciences Directorate


Tuesday, August 3

11:00-11:45 am - Program/division small-group meetings (participants attend one)

  • Geobiology and Low-Temperature Geochemistry - Program Officer Julie Pett-Ridge
  • Petrology and Geochemistry - Program Officers Jennifer Wade, Jennifer Wenner, Curtis Williams
  • Geomorphology and Land-Use Dynamics - Program Officer Justin Lawrence
  • Hydrologic Sciences - Program Officer Laura Lautz
  • Tectonics - Program Officer Audrey Huerta
  • Programs in the Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences - Program Officers Nick Anderson, Eric DeWeaver, Var Limpasuvan
  • Programs in the Division of Ocean Sciences - Program Officers Hedy Edmonds, Kanchan Maiti, Dan McCorkle, Cynthia Suchman, Baris Uz

1:45-2:30 pm - Concurrent Sessions (participants attend one)

  • Instrumentation and Facilities in Earth Sciences - Program Officers Luciana Astiz and Russell Kelz
  • Polar Programs - Program Officers Greg Anderson, Colene Haffke, Michael Jackson, and David Sutherland
  • Frontiers in Earth Sciences (FRES) - Program Officers Maggie Benoit and Richard Yuretich

2:40-4:40 pm - Individual appointments with Program Officers (schedule provided via email)


Wednesday, August 4

10:00-10:45 am - CAREER Program - Program Officers Lisa Rom and Jennifer Wade

11:00-11:45 am - Concurrent Sessions (participants attend one)

  • Supporting undergraduate education in the Geosciences - Program Officer Keith Sverdrup
  • Data Management and Cyberinfrastructure for NSF supported projects - Program Officer Raleigh Martin

12:45-1:30 pm - Broader Impacts and Increasing Diversity in Geosciences - Program Officers Brandon Jones and Aisha Morris

1:40-3:00 pm - Individual meetings with program officers (schedule provided via email)

Check in with Ben Laabs after the virtual NSF visit so we know how it went!