High school, undergraduate, and graduate students can present at the Ocean Sciences Meeting 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 Ocean Sciences Meeting worth attending—whether you’re presenting or not!

 Meet Your Student Organizers

Meet and give feedback to the student organizers of this year’s Ocean Sciences Meeting!
Tuesday 5:00 – 6:00: Amy Burgess in the student lounge; Thursday 12:30 – 5:30: Sam Wilson at the Scripps Exhibition Booth; Thursday 5:00 – 6:00: Paige Martin in the student lounge.

StudentsOcean Sciences Meeting Student Mentoring Program

The Ocean Sciences Student Mentoring Program will pair a subset of student attendees with more experienced attendees for an in-person mentoring experience. Learn more about the meeting mentoring program.

Student and Early Career Events

There are several events specifically for students and early career scientists at the meeting, many of which include free food! Learn more about the various events.

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Pop-Up sessions are exciting sessions entirely created by and organized by students! The goal is for students to develop an interdisciplinary session that will feature students giving a five minute “pop-up” talk about how their research impacts society, vision of the future of ocean sciences, or experience as a student of a particular continent, country, race, gender, etc. More information!

Water Sciences PopupRoommate Board

Looking to share hotel costs at Ocean Sciences? Find other students to room with by posting on AGU’s Roommate Board! Sharing a room can also be a great way to make new friends! More information!

 

Student & Early Career Scientist Travel Grants

A limited number of travel grants are made available for students and early career scientists to attend the meeting. Applications are now closed. Learn more about student travel grants.
Application Deadline: 9 October 2015, 11:59 P.M. EDT