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The Natural Hazards Section Award for Graduate Research is presented annually to one or more promising young scientists studying natural hazards and risks. The honor recognizes outstanding contributions to natural hazards research and is judged based impact or potential impact to the field. Honorees must be current Ph.D. students or no more than 12 months beyond completion of their degree.
AGU is proud to recognize our section honorees. Recipients of the Natural Hazards Section Award for Graduate Research will receive the following benefits with the honor:
To better understand eligibility for nominators, supporters and Natural Hazards Award for Graduate Research Committee members, review AGU’s Honors Conflict of Interest Policy.
The following relationships need to be identified and communicated to the Award Committee but will not disqualify individuals from participating in the nomination or committee review process. These apply to committee members, nominators, and supporters:
Individuals with the following relationships are disqualified from participating in the award nomination process as a nominator or supporter:
Your nomination package must contain all of the following files, which should be no more than two pages in length per document. Learn how to successfully submit a nomination package or read our guide on how to submit a successful nomination.
Year of honor
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