AGU wrap-up and intellectual satiation -- Meha Jain, CHANS Fellow

Meha JainHello again! I wanted to write to you to let you know how the rest of my time at AGU was spent and some of the highlights of being a CHANS fellow. At AGU, I had the chance to attend over 20 different talks, see (literally!) hundreds of posters, and attend workshops and dinners related to research on coupled human and natural systems. It was a wonderful experience, and every night of the conference my head hit my pillow intellectually satiated.


CHAN-Net is belle of AGU ball

Sue Nichols handles strategic communication for the CHANS-Net and is assistant director at the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability at Michigan State University. She is showing off her shiny new AGU membership card to whomever asks.

We came, we networked, we listened, we created more work!

CHANS-Net took the American Geophysical Union fall meeting in San Francisco by storm, sparkling and enchanting. Well, at least by scientific standards.


Posts from the AGU-niverse - Meha Jain, CHANS Fellow

Meha JainMeha Jain is an ecology, evolution and environmental biology doctoral student at Columbia University. 

Greetings from (a not so sunny) San Francisco! I am a 2012 CHANS-Net Fellow and was luckily given the opportunity to attend and present at the annual American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting this year.