As you know from your past experiences at Joint Assembly meetings, it’s the best place to share your science, learn about the latest research, and network with your peers in an intimate setting.
Remember to take advantage of everything Joint Assembly has to offer. In addition to a robust scientific program, attendees have the option to attend field trips, workshops, and short courses covering a wide range of topics to spark scientific innovation and discussion.
No matter what your field of interest or career level, there is a workshop that will help advance your career and your science. Highlighted workshops include
- Teaching With NASA Climate Models
- Teaching Undergraduate Students in the 21st Century
- Technical Writing for Students
Almost a dozen field trips will be held throughout the week, covering diverse topics ranging from “Biogeochemistry, Hydrology, and Ecology of the Mer Bleue Bog” to “Stratigraphy, Volcanology, and Metallogenic Evolution of Val-d’Or-Malartic (Québec), Kirkland Lake, and Timmins (Ontario) Areas, Abitibi Subprovince.”