Important themes survey: Continuing geoscience and diversity work in a new world
The panel/Q&A session "Continuing geoscience and diversity work in a a new world: challenges and strategies for geoscientists" will be held at 7 AM on December 14, 2016, at Jillian's, at the corner of 4th and Howard, San Francisco. We hope that this event will be the beginning of a larger effort to coalesce community discussions, concerns, resources, and actions.

Note that things we will NOT cover in this session are: (1) public science communication (see http://sciencepolicy.agu.org/spa/science-policy-at-fall-meeting-2016/ for AGU's events on this theme); (2) communicating with policymakers (StrongScienceStrongAmerica.org, for a start).

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What should we talk about at this first meeting? Tell us what's important to you and your communities.
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Building supportive research environments
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Supporting diversity in the geosciences
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Community organizing
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Note that in this session we will cover neither (1) public science communication nor (2) communicating with policymakers. Please see above for links to resources on these topics.
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