Wednesday | March 26, 2014
AIR (Atmospheric Interdisciplinary Research) and EarthWeek coming in April
EarthWeek is a four-day annual conference organized by graduate students from the six departments in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (SEES) at the University of Arizona. The Department of Atmospheric Sciences graduate students host AIR during EarthWeek. The AIR conference allows graduate students to share their research with their colleagues and the University community and gain valuable experience in public speaking and presentation in a relatively informal setting. Presenters range from first year graduate students to near-completed Ph.D. students, and thus have a wide range of experience in both research and public speaking. The EarthWeek keynote speaker is Marcia McNutt, editor-in-chief of the journal Science. AIR will have a special Keynote Panel Discussion by three ATMO alumni: Ms.Tameca Holmes, Dr. Karl F. Gast, and Dr. Angel Otarola.
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Marcia McNutt, EarthWeek keynote speaker flyer