The Showcase will bring together student presenters and their co-authors to highlight Earth, atmospheric, ocean, space science, and environmental science research experiences. Students from community colleges to research institutions, from freshmen through seniors, and even graduate students, are encouraged to disseminate their ongoing or completed projects. Beginning in Spring 2017, select high school students will also be participating.
Abstracts must be in English and will be submitted via an electronic process. The title is limited to 300 characters and the body is limited to 2000 characters (spaces and punctuation included). There is a $35 (US dollars) submission fee for all abstracts. Please note, you do not need to be an AGU member to participate.
For more guidance on preparing your abstract submission, read this Eos article titled A Guide to Writing an AGU Abstract or see the resources below.
Other resources for writing an abstract
- From Purdue University
- From a professor at The Ohio State University
- From a professor at Georgia State University (refers specifically how to write an abstract for a GSA Conference)