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Johns Hopkins University
Pennsylvania State University Brandywine
University of Washington
National Snow and Ice Data Center
Tun Jan “TJ” Young
University of Cambridge
Staff Partner; Vice President, Meetings
The Meetings Committee works on behalf of the AGU Board and Council to advance AGU’s scientific direction and strategy for disseminating scholarly research presented at meetings. The committee provides input into the overall strategy for meetings, recommends criteria and policies that support AGU’s meeting goals, ensures the scientific direction and scope of AGU meetings are consistent with AGU’s overall strategy and is reflective of Earth and space science, secures the appointment of program committee chairs, and reviews the annual performance of meetings.
The committee partners with AGU leadership, staff, other committees, and sections to accomplish its work. The Meetings Committee plays a key role in communicating and promoting AGU’s scientific strategy for the dissemination of scholarly research, working in conjunction with AGU leaders.
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