[pccgrads] Deadline Approaching: 13th Annual Graduate Climate
Graduate Climate Conference
gradclimateconference at gmail.com
Sat Jun 8 10:38:51 PDT 2019
Dear pccgrads listserv,
The deadline is approaching for applications to this year's Graduate
Climate Conference! Please forward the below information to your students
or other departments at University of Washington in which students are
conducting climate-related research.
on behalf of the GCC 2019 Organizing Committee
Calling all graduate students studying climate,
Graduate students in MIT's Program in Atmospheres, Oceans and Climate and
the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution are pleased to announce the 13th
Graduate Climate Conference! GCC 2019 is scheduled for November 7-10, 2019
at the Marine Biological Laboratory on the south shores of Cape Cod, MA.
This is a conference for grad students, organized and run by grad students.
This year's conference is focused on bringing together graduate researchers
who think about climate from all disciplines, including but not limited to
atmospheric, biological, earth, and ocean sciences, geography,
anthropology, public policy, and economics. The conference is unique
because only students attend, providing a rare opportunity for the next
generation of climate researchers to interact without the inhibitions that
accompany the presence of faculty and senior scientists.
Applications are now open. The deadline for abstract submission is June
15th. Food, lodging, and conference registration fees are provided by our
generous sponsors; travel grants will be provided on an as-needed basis to
as many participants as possible.
For more information, and a link to the application page, visit the
official website: http://gradclimateconf.mit.edu.
Feel free to contact the organizing committee with questions at
gcc-2019 at mit.edu.
To help spread the word, please forward this email to those who may be
interested in applying.
We hope to see you in November!
The GCC 2019 Organizing Committee
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