Education and Outreach

The Geoscience Synchrotron User Steering Committee is forming an Education and Outreach Committee to guide the vision, proposal writing, and program implementation for education and outreach, as well as belonging, accessibility, justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (BAJEDI) initiatives within the nascent Geoscience Synchrotron User community.

We are looking for individuals interested in joining the committee from the breadth of the Geoscience Synchrotron community including graduate students, post docs, early career scientists, and those whose career paths are more established.

If you are interested in participating in this work or would like to be kept up to date with Committee activities, the following link will bring you to a short questionnaire intended to connect you with the the information and/or opportunities that best match your interests:

https://forms.gle/kVdvGwjdwMyB3bn3A

Community Activities and Input

Outreach activities include town halls, workshops, and community-wide messages.   Future activities and opportunities for community input will be announced in the coming weeks.

Latest News and Updates

A detailed timeline of activities, events, and more can be found here (PDF, updated 9/21/21).

  • Live Webinar to Meet Candidates for PI for NSF-supported Synchrotron Geoscience
    Date: Tuesday September 28th
    Time: 4:00 - 6:00pm eastern
    Candidates:
    - Professor Wendy Panero
    Ohio State (4 - 5pm)
    - Professor Andy Campbell
    U. of Chicago (5 - 6pm)
    Join the webinar here
  • Update by Thomas Duffy, presented at the COMPRES Annual Meeting
    Date: August 13, 2021
    View the presentation here

Workshops

Information about past and future workshops can be found here.

Community Feedback

Please submit any suggestions or issues you would like to bring to the attention of the Steering Committee. Suggestions submitted using this form are anonymous. If you wish to get a reply to your question, please enter your name and email address in the space provided. We look forward to hearing from you!

Click here to access the Feedback Form