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The European Research Council (ERC) is a leading European funding body supporting frontier research, investigator-driven, across all fields of science. During this webinar, the main features of ERC individual grants will be presented, with a special focus on the Earth System Sciences panel (PE10).
This webinar will explore some of the many ways that geoscience societies and their members can be more inclusive of diverse under-represented or minority groups, in the face of existing structural discrimination, both in our work environments and personal lives. It will ask the challenging question of what can be done to improve, particularly when engaging with geoscience society activities?
EGU sponsors a number of initiatives that support teachers and scientists with educational roles. This webinar will highlight a number of these initiatives and outline how EGU members and teachers can engage with them.
Join us on Wednesday 22 July for EGU’s first virtual “science for policy” happy hour! This networking event, which will begin at 18:00 CEST, will provide participants with the opportunity to learn about EGU’s upcoming science for policy activities and to virtually mingle with people working at the science-policy interface as well as others who may be interested in doing so.
Scientific skills and knowledge are becoming progressively valued in non-academic job sectors. However, navigating job opportunities and transitioning to different career paths can be difficult. This webinar will focus on the career paths of three scientists who are working in non-academic sectors.
This webinar explains the interactive public peer review system, the role of the EGU’s publication committee, how researchers can effectively publish in an EGU Journal, and briefly describes the new EGUsphere!