High school, undergraduate, and graduate students can present at the Joint Assembly and receive valuable feedback from experts in their field. The exposure to emerging science and the opportunity to network and learn about career paths are what makes the Joint Assembly worth attending—whether you’re presenting or not!

Joint Assembly Early Career Hydrologist Night

Monday 4th May 6pm
3 Brasseurs pub
732 Rue Ste-Catherine Ouest

Meet fellow young hydrologists, discuss current hot hydrologic issues with experts and present your own vision! Drinks, dinner and famous hydrologists are included.
Buy your wristband to the event (US$25/Canadian $30) at the Joint Assembly Meetings Services Desk, located in the registration area on Level 5 of the Palais des Congrès. Only 40 tickets available. Get the details of the event here.

Roommate Board

Housing for 2015 Joint Assembly is now closed for new reservations, but you can still share a room with other students by posting on AGU’s Roommate Board!

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Outstanding Student Paper Award (OSPA) Program

Deadline to confirm participation is 11 March 2015.  Applications Have Now Closed.

Gain valuable feedback about your presentation skills and scientific research by participating in the OSPA program!  Students are evaluated by anonymous judges while explaining their poster or presenting orally and scores are shared with you to help you in improve your communication skills.   See video below for presentation tips and find more information here or check out past winners in the OSPA Winners Circle.

Student Volunteer Program

Deadline to apply is 31 March 2015.  Applications Have Now Closed.

Earn free 2015 Joint Assembly registration while gaining a behind-the-scenes look at the largest geophysical conference!  More information.

Student Travel Grants

Deadline to apply is 26 January 2015.  Applications Have Now Closed.

A limited number of travel grants are available for students planning to attend Joint Assembly.  More information.