Vote in the AGU 2014 Election
The AGU 2014 Election is underway and members are electing leaders for the next term, which starts 1 January 2015. Elected AGU leaders will serve two years and will play an essential role in decisions on how to better serve and engage members in the advancement of AGU’s mission and vision.
Take an active role in helping shape the future of AGU and our section/focus group by voting in the 2014 election. This year, eligible voters receive a ballot for every section/focus group to which they belong, in addition to the AGU Board and student/early career ballots. The voting site has been improved, allowing you to cast as few or many votes as you’d like over 30 days, in one session or multiple sessions. Please look for your unique link from @directvote.net, login and select the [name of your section/focus group] ballot. It will only take a few minutes to review the candidate information and make your choice. Remember every vote counts!
The election is open from 18 August through 17 September. Visit elections.agu.org for more information about the election.
– Richard J. Arculus
– William F McDonough
– Cin-Ty Lee
– Anat Shahar
Secretary Volcanology and Petrology:
– Amanda B Clarke
– Marie Edmonds