EAGE engages with scientific community in New Orleans
Representatives from EAGE recently attended the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting, held in New Orleans, Louisiana, from 11 to 15 December. The event is one of the world’s largest earth and space science meetings and featured more than 20,000 oral and poster presentations, with speeches from leading scientists, journalist and corporate leaders.
With over 24,000 delegates attending the event, it was a great opportunity for EAGE to engage with its regional members in North America, a group that has been growing consistently in the past few years, as well as to inform a diverse community about ways the Association can support geoscientists across the region. EAGE Community Manager Ilaria Meggetto met several new members who approached EAGE for it multidisciplinary services ranging from education to publications, networking opportunities and cooperations.
In addition to organizing many of its own events, EAGE continues to explore opportunities that will help it provide better support to its members in all regions across the world. It continues to do so by attending and supporting events hosted by associated societies, organizations and leading scientific events around the world. In 2017 alone, EAGE was present at over 50 events. For a list of upcoming events, make sure you check out the EAGE Calendar of Events.