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2nd World YES Congress - Early Career Earth Scientists For Society

The YES Network, which is open to all Earth scientists up to 35 years old, who may join online (http://www.networkyes.org/) free of charge, will hold its second congress within the 34th IGC.

YES members may apply for support to attend the 34th IGC under under the GeoHost Funded Delegate Program, which is partially sponsored by the IUGS’ Hutchison “Young Scientist” Foundation, the goal of which is the promotion of the professional growth of deserving, meritorious young geoscientists from around the world by supporting their participation in important IUGS-sponsored
conferences.

Presenting the perspectives of future geoscience leaders on major issues, the YES Congress will include an IGC symposium on overcoming geoscience challenges in the 21st Century as well as an evening program of workshops, roundtable discussions and other events.

YES Network encourages all members to take an active part in both the IGC and YES programs and also
welcomes new members.

All IGC delegates who wish to attend any of the YES sessions or events during the week. The events are open to all interested parties, regardless of age.

 

Convenors

Joanne Venus, University of Leeds, Leeds (UK);

Michelle Cooper, Geoscience Australia, Canberra (AUS);

Gabriela Perlingeiro, University of Queensland, Brisbane (AUS);

YES Network International Executive

 

Program Committee

Joanne Venus, University of Leeds, Leeds (UK);

Michelle Cooper, Geoscience Australia, Canberra (AUS);

Gabriela Perlingeiro, University of Queensland, Brisbane (AUS);

Sarah Gaines, UNESCO, Paris (FRA);

Tiffany Rivera, Roskilde University, Roskilde (DEN).

 

Official Sponsors

  • BHP Billiton
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