Established in 2009, the Jason Morgan Early Career Award recognizes the outstanding research contributions of the awardee at his or her early career stage. In so doing, the Tectonophysics section acknowledges the exceptional potential of the awardee, and fully supports continued contributions to tectonophysics.
See below for instructions for nominations.
To be eligible, candidates must be AGU members with primary affiliation in Tectonophysics section at the time of nomination. No more than six years post-Ph.D. degree (or highest equivalent terminal degree) prior to the nomination deadline. Outstanding and significant early career contributions to tectonophysics through a combination of research, education, and outreach activities. Review AGU Conflict of Interest policy for ineligible nominees.
Parental Leave: If provided by the nominee’s institution and taken by the nominee during this six-year period, can extend the eligibility period.
Nominator Eligibility Requirements
Active AGU membership is required. Review the AGU Conflict of Interest policy for ineligible relationships.
Supporter Eligibility Requirements
Active AGU membership is not required. Review the AGU Conflict of Interest policy for ineligible relationships.
Nominations should be submitted by April 15 through the section awards nomination form on the main AGU website.
Nomination Package Requirements
Each nomination document should be no more than two (2) pages in length and the entire nomination package should be merged into one PDF file.
Questions? Please contact the Award Committee Chair: Eric Kirby, Oregon State University