Public and Scientist Engagement Events at the 52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

The 52nd LPSC will be held virtually on March 15–19, 2021. While we will not meet in person this year, you can still expect an exceptional experience to share your research, ask questions, and network with colleagues. Engagement opportunities for scientists, students, and the public will take place during the 2021 conference. For more information, visit www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2021/education or contact education@lpi.usra.edu.

Early Career Presenters Review
Early February, date and time TBD

Students, post-doctoral fellows, and other early-career scientists preparing to present research at LPSC are invited to present their oral or poster presentations and receive feedback from senior scientists before submitting their files for the conference. More information and an opportunity to sign up will be available in January 2021. To volunteer as a reviewer, please contact education@lpi.usra.edu.

Live from LPSC
March 15–18, 7:00 p.m. CDT

The public will be invited to attend virtual presentations about hot topics and ongoing research presented at LPSC. Additional details will be available in February 2021.

 

“Spotlight on Education” highlights events and programs that provide opportunities for planetary scientists to become involved in education and public engagement. If you know of space science educational programs or events that should be included, please contact the Lunar and Planetary Institute’s Education Department at education@lpi.usra.edu.