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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) schedule

DEI #AGU21

AGU’s ethics, diversity, and inclusion events at Fall Meeting 2021 will provide attendees information to transform workplace culture in ways that will increase innovation, discoveries and solutions in Earth and Space Sciences.

Note: All times listed below are Central Time (CT)

DEI in the Scientific Program

AGU's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion schedule is highlighted below. Access the full Scientific Program here.

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Online Only

11:15AM-12:15PM
TH007 - Building Power With Communities to Enhance the Science Advocacy Movement

Online Only

11:15AM-12:15PM
TH014 - The U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science Initiatives in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusions: The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Research Integrity Seeks Input From the Research Community

In-person

15:00-21:00PM
LANDinG Cohort 1 Summit- Session 1 (by Invitation only)
Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Churchill C1-C2, Second Floor

In-person and online

08:30AM-18:30PM
AGU Heads and Chairs Workshop (by invitation only)
Hilton Riverside - Churchhill B1 & B2, Second Floor

08:00AM-17:30PM
LANDinG Cohort 1 Summit- Sessions 2-4 (by Invitation only)
Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Churchill C1-C2, Second Floor 

08:30AM-14:30PM
Voices of Integrating Culture in the Earth Sciences (VOICES)
Convention Center - Room 260-262

13:00-16:00PM
SCIWS34 - Capturing the Ecological, Environmental, and Cultural Stories of New Orleans in Immersive Virtual Tours for K12 Classrooms
Convention Center - Room 231-232

17:00-18:30PM
International Reception
Convention Center - Magnolia Porch, First Floor

18:00-19:00PM
AGU Bridge Program Meetup (by invitation only)
Hilton Riverside - Churchhill B1 & B2, Second Floor

In-person and online

09:00-10:00AM
Skills for Science: Building relationships with communities (Virtual)

09:00AM-12:00PM
Speaking Up: How anyone can change the conversation in STEMM (LANDIng Cohorts and Heads and Chairs - by invitation only)

09:15-10:45AM
2021 AGU Accessible Science Panel
Convention Center - Prow Main Stage- Great Hall, First Floor

10:00-10:15AM
Build your DEI Community with AGU LANDInG
Convention Center - AGU Central: Connections and Collaboration Theater (B1), First Floor

11:00AM-12:30PM
Student & Early Career Scientist Conference: Strategies for Responding to Hostile Work Climates (Virtual)

11:15AM-12:15PM
Presidential Forum Lecture: Dr. Robert D Bullard
Convention Center - Great Hall, Prow Main Stage

14:00-15:30PM
Skills for Science: Community Science 101
Convention Center - Skills for Science Room (B1), First Floor

16:00-18:00PM
SY15C - Fire and Water: Integrating Management, Indigenous Knowledge, and Modeling of Wildfire Impacts on Water Resources I Poster

16:00-18:00PM
SY15A - Antiracism and Ethics in the Geosciences: The Intentionality Needed for Belonging, Accessibility, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (B A JEDI) I Poster

16:00-18:00PM
SY15A-0565 - A New Ethics Workshop: Addressing Racism and Colonialism in the Geosciences

16:00-18:00PM
SY15A-0568 - “I do not belong”: The ADVANCEGeo Partnership’s workplace climate survey of earth and space scientists

18:00-20:00PM
AGU DEI Meet-Up/Reception

18:15-19:15PM
TH15F - Coproducing Understanding of Drivers and Consequences of Environmental Arctic Change

In-person and online

08:00-09:15AM
C21A - The Cryosphere Is for All: Toward a More Diverse and Inclusive Cryospheric Sciences I Oral

9:00AM- 12:00PM
Speaking Up: How anyone can change the conversation in STEMM

11:15AM-12:15PM
TH23B - Student and Early-Career Voices at AGU

16:00-17:15PM
SY25F - Advancing Equitable Science Policy: Frameworks, Stories, and Best Practices I Poster

16:00-17:30PM
Skills for Science: Building relationships with communities

16:00-18:00PM
SY25A - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion From an International Perspective: Issues, Priorities, and Opportunities I Poster

16:00-18:00PM
SY25A-0589 - Developing and Implementing a Culture of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at an International Research Center in an Arctic University to Build Trusting, Caring and Professional Relationships Across International Research Communities

16:00-18:00PM
GC25G - Environmental Justice/Equity and Global Change: Methodologies, Frameworks, and Results II Poster

16:00-18:00PM
SY25A-0590 - Identifying hostile workplace conditions associated with negative experiences that disproportionately affect minoritized groups in ecological, earth and spaces sciences

In-person and online

08:00-09:15AM
ED31A - Inclusivity in Geosciences: A Conversation Between Scientists and Educators I Oral

11:00AM-12:00PM
Science Policy Update: Building Inclusive Climate Policies

11:00AM - 12:30PM
Student & Early Career Scientist Conference: Bystander Intervention for Everyone

11:15AM-12:15PM
TH33G - Reciprocity in AGU: The Beginnings of an Indigenous Action Committee

11:15-12:15
TH33I - AGU LANDInG: What Is The Big Deal? Why and How to Participate

12:30-13:30PM
Creating a More Diverse and Inclusive Publishing Experience

12:45-14:15PM
U33B - Unlearning Racism in Geoscience: Part 1

13:00-15:00PM
Building Inclusive Strategies with Diverse Communities & Cities to Address Climate Change

14:30-16:00PM
U34B - Unlearning Racism in Geoscience: Part 2

14:30-15:45PM
SH34A - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Space Sciences I Oral

15:00-17:00PM
SCIWS36 - Examining the Ecosystem of Geoscience-Related Infrastructure Careers: “Understanding Geoscience Careers Behind Critical Infrastructure: A Tale of Three Cities - New Orleans, San Francisco, and Chicago” A Three-Part Series of Student-led Workshop Presentations and Town Halls on Increasing the Diversity of the Geoscience Workforce. – Part 1

16:00-18:00PM
U35A-2230 - Unlearning racism in a federal setting

16:00 - 18:00PM
U35A - Unlearning Racism in Geoscience: Poster Session

In-person and online

09:45-11:00AM
SY42B - Advances in Social Justice and Resiliency in Water Resources I eLightning

11:15AM-12:15PM
LANDInG Launch Lecture - Dr. Kelly Mack

11:15AM-12:15PM
TH43K - Surviving Global Change: GeoHealth, Marginalized Communities, and Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene

11:30AM-13:30PM
Bright STaRS Luncheon (By Invitation Only)

12:45-14:00PM
SY43A - Native Science to Action: How Indigenous Worldviews Inform, Diversify, and Build Capacity in Environmental Science and Policy I Oral

15:00-17:00PM
SCIWS37 - Examining the Ecosystem of Geoscience-Related Infrastructure Careers: “Understanding Geoscience Careers Behind Critical Infrastructure: A Tale of Three Cities - New Orleans, San Francisco, and Chicago” A Three-Part Series of Student-led Workshop Presentations and Town Halls on Increasing the Diversity of the Geoscience Workforce. – Part 2

16:00-18:00PM
ED45B - Bright STaRS: Bright Students Training as Research Scientists Poster Session I Poster

16:00-18:00PM
SY45D - Native Science to Action: How Indigenous Worldviews Inform, Diversify, and Build Capacity in Environmental Science and Policy II Poster

16:00-18:00PM
ED45G - Imagining Science: Public Engagement Using Visualization and the Arts II Poster

18:15- 19:15PM
TH45L - Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Earth and Space Sciences: Conversation on Issues and Opportunities With the AGU Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee

18:15-19:15PM
TH45I - Coordination for Use-Inspired Convergence Research and Equitable Collaboration in the Arctic: A Navigating the New Arctic (NNA) Community Town Hall

19:00-22:00PM
AGQ: LGBTQ+ Geoscientists and Allies Reception

In-person and online

08:00-10:00AM
U51A - Climate Change and Health Equity: Action at the Intersection of Social Justice and Health Disparities

09:00-11:00AM
SCIWS38 - Examining the Ecosystem of Geoscience-Related Infrastructure Careers: “Understanding Geoscience Careers Behind Critical Infrastructure: A Tale of Three Cities - New Orleans, San Francisco, and Chicago” A Three-Part Series of Student-led Workshop Presentations and Town Halls on Increasing the Diversity of the Geoscience Workforce. – Part 3

9:45-11:00AM
ED52A - Arctic Education and Outreach: Effective Ways of Engaging Diverse Learners in Arctic Science I Oral

11:15AM-12:15PM

Thriving Earth Exchange and Future Earth: Strengthening Transdisciplinary and Community Science Around the World

11:15AM-12:15PM
TH53J - Ethics During Field Work and Sample Collection: Case Study of Lessons Learned and an Educational Opportunity for All

12:45-14:00PM
ED53A - Citizen and Community Science: Facilitating Authentic Science Experiences With Diverse Audiences I Oral

12:45-14:00PM
SY53A - Fostering a Community of Inclusive and Accessible Earth System Science Engagement: Partnerships, Programs, and Processes I Oral

13:00-13:05PM
SY53A-03 - Evaluating the efficacy of the ADVANCEGeo bystander intervention training program to improve workplace climate

16:00-18:00PM
SY55B-0350 - Experiences of the LGBTQIA+ Community in the Earth and Planetary Sciences

16:00-18:00PM
ED55B - Arctic Education and Outreach: Effective Ways of Engaging Diverse Learners in Arctic Science II Poster

Indigenous Science Schedule

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