A NETWORK OF GEOSCIENTISTSThe American Geosciences Institute (AGI) is a nonprofit federation of geoscientific and professional associations that represents more than 260,000 earth, atmospheric, and ocean scientists. With 52 Member Societies and 4 International Associates, AGI provides unique access to a global network of geoscientists. Together we serve as a voice of shared interests in the profession, and strive to increase public awareness of the vital role the geosciences play in society. Collectively, the AGI Federation helps to shape the future of the geosciences around the world.
AGI Member Society Council: Each Member Society has a vote, and helps raise awareness about societal concerns and solutions regarding geoscience issues both domestic and international. Member Society Council Meetings take place twice a year: at the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Annual Meeting in the spring, and at the Geological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting in the fall.
AGI Leadership Opportunities: Share ideas & voice concerns with other geoscience societies at the annual Leadership Forum. Member Society leadership is also eligible to serve on the AGI Executive Committee.
OUTREACH & COLLABORATION
Center for Geoscience & Society: Partner with the Center to sponsor stakeholder engagement events like the 2016 Critical Issues Forum.
Policy & Critical Issues: Partner with AGI to advocate on behalf of the geosciences through internship programs, coalitions and working groups, and webinars that explore geoscience topics at the federal, state, and local levels.
Information Services: Form special information database partnerships with AGI’s premier bibliographic database, GeoRef.
Workforce: The Geoscience Online Learning Initiative (GOLI), a collaboration between AGI and the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG), provides free on-demand courses on a variety of geoscience topics, including a module on professional ethics.
Geotimes: Publish society news, scholarships, awards, and leadership changes in this online resource.
Free ad space in EARTH: Receive a free ad space in EARTH Magazine, and a free banner posted to the EARTH website.
Earth Science Week Toolkit: Submit materials to the annual Earth Science Week Toolkit, which in 2016 reached some 16,000 teachers and geoscientists in all fifty states and internationally.
Domestic & International Conferences: Display promotional materials in the AGI booth at domestic and international conferences each year.
AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS
Awards: Nominate candidates for AGI’s prestigious awards, including the Marcus Milling Legendary Geoscientist Medal, the AGI Medal in Memory of Ian Campbell for Superlative Service to the Geosciences, and more.
William L. Fisher Geoscience Congressional Fellowship: Members of AGI Member Societies may apply for our annual Geoscience Congressional Fellowship.
Harriet Evelyn Wallace Scholarship: Members of AGI Member Societies may apply for the Harriet Evelyn Wallace Scholarship for women in geoscience.
Discounts: Receive special discounts on AGI publications.
EARTH Magazine: Organize special discounts on print subscriptions to EARTH Magazine for your members.
Earth Science Week Toolkits: Contact Earth Science Week to receive 50 free Toolkits for distribution to key education partners or local science teachers each year.
Member Society Liaison, Joseph Lilek: email@example.com
Established in 2010, the International Associates (IA) Program provides professional geoscience organizations based outside of the United States with a way to develop a formal collaborative relationship with AGI. The IA Program provides an avenue for continued geoscience cooperation abroad and emphasizes the importance of global collaboration in promoting Earth science. AGI has four IA members: the Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences (CFES), the Geological Society of Africa (GSAf), the Young Earth Scientists Network (Yes Network) and the International Association for Promoting Geoethics (IAPG).
AGI Membership allows you to pool resources and connect with a broad network of geoscientists.