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Joining the EarthCube Community as a Funded Project: A Discussion on the 2021 NSF EarthCube Solicitation
Have you wanted to become a funded project under the NSF EarthCube initiative? The EarthCube community is interested in recruiting new partners and encouraging their participation in the upcoming NSF call for new capabilities, pilots, and research coordination networks. This is not an official NSF webinar, but is meant to give timely and helpful advice with time for questions and answers. Hear from members of the EarthCube Office, Leadership Council and Community relating to their perspectives on the upcoming 2021 NSF Earthcube Solicitation, including these topics:

Contributing to the EarthCube ecosystem and why this is important for science. Fernando Peréz & Lindsey Heagy, UC Berkeley
Building Findable Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) data and tools. Steve Diggs, Clivar and Carbon Hydrographic Data Office at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD
Developing your career through the EarthCube community. D. Sarah Stamps, Virginia Tech
Utilizing the EarthCube and related standards, specifications, and best practices to promote interoperability among projects. Kenton McHenry, EarthCube Office Tech lead, NCSA, University of Illinois
Leveraging the EarthCube Office for outreach, adoption, and more. Christine Kirkpatrick, EarthCube Office PI, San Diego Supercomputer Center
Participating in the organization and structure of EarthCube governance. Mike Daniels, EarthCube Leadership Chair, NCAR

Nov 6, 2020 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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