This position, open to graduate students, offers students an opportunity to actively engage with the PGD officers and planetary community in an important role on this service committee.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, updating and maintaining the Student Opportunities page on the PGD website, helping to staff and provide student-related materials at the PGD booth during
the GSA annual meeting and at LPSC, running the annual button design contest, serving as a PGD representative to the GSA Student Advisory Council, and participating in and taking notes during regularly scheduled PGD telecons. This is a two-year position (second year as a Senior Student Advisor), and includes one partial travel award to attend and present first-author research at the annual GSA meeting.
To apply, email a current one-page CV (include discipline and advisor) and a short justification (~300-500 words) on why you are interested in serving as a PGD Student Advisor. Justification should focus on your record of previous community involvement and public service. More details here:
Send completed application materials as a single PDF to Sharon Wilson Purdy at email@example.com
by June 1, 2018