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AGU recognizes individuals whose excellence and leadership have significantly advanced Earth and space science.
Deadline Extended to 1 June for all Honors
Due to the pandemic that has increased demands on the Earth and space science community, we have extended the deadline for all Honors to 1 June with the exception of the journalism awards.
Nominate a colleague for:
Union Fellowship: Due 1 June
Union Awards, Medals, and Prizes: Due 1 June
Section Awards: Due 1 June
The nomination cycle for 2020 AGU honors is now open. Nominate a colleague, peer or student today.
Union Awards recognize individuals who have demonstrated excellence in scientific research, education, communication, and outreach.
Union Medals are the highest honors bestowed by AGU, recognizing individuals for their scientific body of work as well as their sustained impact within the Earth and space sciences community.
Union Prizes are given jointly with non-profit, for-profit, government, or NGO entities, and include funding to recognize individuals who showcase excellence in scientific research or communication.
Union Fellows have attained scientific eminence through achievements in research, as demonstrated by a breakthrough or discovery, innovation in science or the development of methods and instruments, or sustained impact.
Section Awards recognize outstanding work within a scientific field with nearly 30 named lecture presentations and 40 awards and prizes.
Director, Engagement and Membership
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Program Manager, Honors
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