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James W. Hurrell
National Center for Atmospheric Research
University of Washington
Anne Marie Carlton
University of California, Irvine
University of California Berkeley
Colorado State University
University of Michigan
Staff Partner; Vice President, Affiliation, Engagement, and Membership
Staff Partner; Program Specialist, Section Awards and Lectures
The committee is charged with selecting the recipients of the Atmospheric Sciences Ascent Award. Committee members will abide by AGU’s Honors Conflict of Interest Policy, program policies, procedures and guidelines set by AGU. In partnership with the Honors and Recognition Committee and staff, the committee works to ensure that the program is superior in all respects, recognizes all constituents, and fosters a global network of individuals in the Earth and space sciences who epitomize excellence and cooperation in research, education, and outreach. The members of the Atmospheric Sciences Ascent Award Committee will promote excellence and transparency, allowing broad input and recognition beyond disciplinary awards, promoting diversity and equity so that the award is sufficiently representative of underrepresented groups.
The Atmospheric Sciences Ascent Award Committee supports the following initiatives and duties and serves a two-year term. Their work is completed primarily through the online submission and review system, and by teleconference and email.
Participate in training, orientations, and workshops on associated Honors and Recognition policies and processes
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