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
Researcher Feature: Atmospheric physicist Brian Carroll provides insights on the NASA Postdoctoral Program
Introduction My name is Brian Carroll, and I’m an atmospheric physicist. My research focuses on lidar remote sensing algorithms and analysis, applied to studies ranging from moisture transport and cloud processes to wildfires and air quality. After earning a PhD in atmospheric physics, I spent two years as a NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) fellow at … Continue reading Researcher Feature: Atmospheric physicist Brian Carroll provides insights on the NASA Postdoctoral Program
The AGU Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee (H3S) seeks applications for membership positions. We invite all early career hydrologists to apply, including students, postdocs, and pre-tenure faculty or industry employees, within five years of graduation. We are looking for members who want to bring fresh ideas to H3S or are enthusiastic about supporting existing initiatives. Membership is … Continue reading H3S 2023-2024 applications are live!
About Yourself: My name is Sameer Balaji Uttarwar, and I am a Doctoral candidate at University of Trento, Italy. My research focuses on improving seasonal hydro-meteorological forecasts to support optimal water resource allocation in Alpine catchments. I am currently working on bias correction of seasonal and subseasonal weather forecasts in the Alpine catchments. I received … Continue reading Sameer Balaji Uttarwar Researcher Feature: Improving hydro-meteorological forecasts
Hydrologists are often taught about career paths including academia, industry, and government agencies. I’m missing something, right? Nonprofits! Though often overlooked, nonprofit science jobs are one option for hydrologists who want to do science and not get too bogged down in bureaucratic politics. I recently attended a webinar about career development, focusing on non-academic career … Continue reading The Nonprofit Science Career Path