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The OSPA program provides student presenters (both poster and oral) at AGU meetings the opportunity to receive valuable feedback about their research and presentation skills that will help them advance their careers. Presentations are reviewed and scored entirely by volunteer judges.
OSPAs are awarded to promote, recognize, and reward undergraduate, Master’s, and PhD students for quality research in Earth and space science and the ability to effectively communicate it. AGU Sections recruit judges to assess and score the presentations of students who have opted to participate in the program.
If a meeting is hosting Outstanding Student Presentation Awards, students presenting their research at that meeting are eligible to participate. Specific deadlines will vary by meeting. The general timeline and steps are:
Judges – AGU needs experienced volunteer judges to help rate the students on their presentation skills
Liaisons – Liaisons play a critical role in the OSPA process. They are designated by the session convener in order to ensure all students who wish to be considered for an OSPA are evaluated.
Students –You are eligible to participate if you are an AGU student member pursuing an undergraduate, masters, or doctorate degree and presenting your research at a meeting hosting an OSPA.
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