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Apply for the Gordon Conference on Catchment Science this summer! Deadline May 18

May 14, 2013Kate BraumanProgram & AnnouncementsComments Off on Apply for the Gordon Conference on Catchment Science this summer! Deadline May 18

If you haven’t yet applied for the 2013 Gordon Conference and Seminar on Catchment Science, now’s the time! The last day for applications is May 18.

This is a fantastic opportunity for networking and professional growth for anyone involved in catchment science – watershed hydrology, biogeochemistry, ecology, you name it. I’m the American Co-Chair for the Gordon Seminar for early-career scientists, and I can endorse this opportunity enough! The theme of the 2013 conference is Catchments Through the Looking Glass: From Microscopes to Telescopes

Gordon Research Conference
Gordon Research Seminar

Gordon Conferences are small, with just a single track of invited talks; most people present posters, which everyone attends; and it’s held at a small boarding school, so everyone is eating, playing, and talking together. It’s a fantastic venue for learning and building networks, and 2013 marks only the second time a special Gordon Research Seminar has been added specifically for early-career researchers (PhD-students, Post-Docs). We’re thrilled to have gotten NSF funding to partially offset the registration cost for anyone attending both the Seminar and Conference.

A few slots remain, so apply today! The deadline for applications is May 18

Please let your colleagues and especially students and postdocs you think would be interested know about this great opportunity!

Flyer for the 2013 Gordon Conference and Seminar on Catchment Science

Flyer for the 2013 Gordon Conference and Seminar on Catchment Science

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