The American Geophysical Union (AGU) Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee (H3S) is a group of motivated students and early career scientists who strive to provide student and early career hydrologists with opportunities for professional development as well as social interaction and networking within the broader geosciences community.
Highlights of work from student and early career researchers in hydrology
Resources for graduate students and young professionals in academia and professional practice
This summer, H3S is hosting a fun student competition! If you thought writing an abstract for the AGU Fall Meeting was hard, try to rewrite that abstract, or any of your work, using only the top ten hundred (1,000) most used words in the english language. Prizes for the top voted abstracts include a free … Continue reading 🌊🚀☂️ Up Go Your Water Research Summer Contest 🌊🚀☂️
Research and science policy are not two discrete fields; in fact, they are endlessly intertwined. Policy can solve the world’s problems with its unique ability to provide the resources to make solutions available for everyone who needs them, while at the same time funding the research that determines these solutions . These two fields cannot … Continue reading Science Policy as an Academic
Paige Becker’s Research Showcase: Comparing tracer techniques to explore flow paths and transit times through the river corridor
I’m a third year Ph.D. candidate at Indiana University researching the hyporheic zone and river corridor in the central cascades of Oregon. I use a combination of modeling and field work to improve our understanding of fluxes and transit times of headwater mountain streams. Currently, I am living in Oregon at the H.J. Andrews Experimental … Continue reading Paige Becker’s Research Showcase: Comparing tracer techniques to explore flow paths and transit times through the river corridor
If you are a student or early-career scientist who will soon be navigating the job application process, this five-part cyberseminar series may be just what you need. This series covers various topics including (1) finding positions and starting your application, (2) writing statements, (3) job interviews, (4) startup packages and negotiations, and (5) the dirt … Continue reading Navigating Academic Waters: Academic Job Applications Cyber Workshop