The 11th annual Lunar and Small Bodies Graduate Forum (LunGradCon 2020) was successfully held virtually on July 1st and 2nd, 2020. This meeting was organized for students by students, and featured a gathering of over 80 graduate students and early career scientists – our largest to date. Participants logged in not just from all over America, but also 10 other countries including France, Malaysia, Canada, Belgium, and Tajikistan.
During the conference, students got the opportunity to share their research in a low-stress, friendly environment, with plenty of opportunity for feedback from their peers. LunGradCon’s focus on community building meant that panels geared towards the interests of early-career scientists were also convened, and plenty of space was created for students to build their networks. We look forward to another successful meeting next year!
More information and abstracts from the 2020 LunGradCon can be found at http://impact.colorado.edu/lungradcon/2020/. Students interested in attending LunGradCon 2021 are encouraged to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive registration information when it becomes available. Limited travel and hotel funds are available.
Posted by: Soderman/SSERVI Staff