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ESIP Meeting Updates

Today is the last day for early registration!

Rates go up after today, but anyone can still register up through the conference. 

🌏 Register: esipfed.org/july22-register (early registration ends today)

🌍 Book your hotel: esipfed.org/july22-hotel (booking closes this Friday, June 24)

🌎 Meeting agenda: 2022esipjulymeeting.sched.com

Feel free to copy and paste from this email or we have a more personalized template and social media with more details on the meeting.
 

Notes for session organizers

Today is also the last day to send in your request for speaker comps. Session organizers can submit a request for one speaker comp for first-time attendees presenting in their session. Email staff@esipfed.org with questions. 

Also, if anyone missed the 2022 July ESIP Meeting session design workshop with Charley Haley and Megan Carter, then you can catch it on ESIP's YouTube channel along with a playlist of all the ESIP session design trainings we have offered. Megan also crafted a meeting session guidance doc full of the details to help you plan for a successful and productive session. 

Register for the 2022 July ESIP Meeting

Collaboration Area Telecons

Here's what to expect this week:
  • Monday

    • Physical Samples (4 p.m. EDT)

  • Tuesday
    • Data Readiness (1 p.m. EDT) 
    • Program Committee (2 p.m. EDT)
    • Governance Committee (4 p.m. EDT) Continuing working on a ESIP data privacy policy and review FUNding Friday rules update
  • Wednesday

    • Soil Ontology and Informatics (1 p.m. EDT)

  • Thursday 

    • Schema.org (2:30 p.m. EDT) Planning for the July meeting session to share science-on-Schema.org updates and how-to tutorial
    • ESIP Meeting Session Design Office Hours (3 p.m. EDT) Join Charley Haley to discuss formats and streamlining session design to encourage engagement and clarity
    • Air Quality (4 p.m. EDT)
See the full Community Calendar. Select the meeting you'd like to attend, login instructions are included in description. Please review and follow our community guidelines

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WIS 2.0 Introduction to Industry Workshop (June 22)

The webinar will introduce WIS 2.0, its implementation plan, and WIS2 in a box, to the industry to prepare for the transition and to explore opportunities for synergies to foster WIS 2.0 implementation in a short timeframe. Join the workshop online via Zoom on June 22 starting 9 a.m. EDT.
 

The Carpentries Community Discussions (June 23)

The series focus on support development of The Carpentries Toolkit of IDEAS (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility Strategies). On June 23 at 3 p.m. UTC, Brynn Elliott, Accessibility Manager for The Carpentries, will discuss development of the new toolkit in support of accessibility.
 

Professionalizing Data Stewardship (June 30)

This webinar will present initial outputs from the Research Data Alliance’s Professionalizing Data Stewardship Interest Group (PDS-IG) and discuss potential directions for future work. Register via Zoom and join the call on June 30 at 10 a.m. EDT. 
 

Check Out...
Xarray survey is available (Closes June 30)

The 2022 Xarray User Survey is out now. Please take about five minutes to fill it out and help the Xarray developers. 
 

Computer and Information Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowships (Due June 30)

The Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Graduate Fellowships (CSGrad4US) through the National Science Foundation (NSF) aim to increase the number of diverse, domestic graduate students pursuing research and innovation careers in the CISE fields. Learn more about the fellowships
 

Lacuna Fund Invites Proposals to Develop Inclusive Climate Datasets (Due July 17)

The two funding tracks focus on machine learning datasets for equitable climate outcomes in climate and energy as well as climate and health. Proposals are due July 17 and the Lacuna Fund website has the full requirements and submission portal.
 

Let’s Talk About Heat Challenge (Due July 22)

EPA has launched the Let’s Talk About Heat Challenge to protect public health by raising awareness of health risks from extreme heat. The challenge seeks innovative solutions that show how communities of different sizes and in different parts of the country create effective communication strategies to inform and warn people of the risks of extreme heat and offer ways to keep safe during the hottest days. The challenge is open now through July 22 and there is an informational webinar on June 22 at 2 p.m. EDT
 

Midwest Big Data Hub: Open call for proposals (Due Aug 1)

Midwest Big Data Hub has issued a call for proposals for “Building Data-Enabled Resilient Communities." The org invites proposals for collaborative activities that will further develop collaborative cross-sector partnerships through the Hub’s Smart & Resilient Communities Priority Area.

Job Opportunities

Join ESIP Slack and check out the #job-opportunities channel.
 
You'll find positions like:

  • Analyst in Environmental Policy, Congressional Research Service, to use analytical methods and techniques to examine policy issues 
  •  Executive Director, University of California, Berkeley, to lead the Eric & Wendy Schmidt Center for Data Science & Environment (DS4E)
  • Data Curator, Carnegie Institution for Science’s Earth and Planets Laboratory, with an expertise in astromaterials, geoinformatics, data management, and project management
  • Chief Data Architect, Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL), to develop and implement the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) data strategy
  • Ocean Infohub Project P-SIDS Contractor (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO - International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange),  to improve data sharing between the Pacific Environment Portals (PEP) and the Pacific Data Hub (PDH) and develop the interoperability capacity of the 2 platform with the ODIS architecture
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