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GEOSCIENCE WORKFORCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Function

The Geoscience Workforce Advisory Committee assists the AGI Education and Human Resources staff in collecting, evaluating, and distributing geoscience human-resources information. AGI reports are developed to describe the student population, work force, employment opportunities and trends, and salary ranges. The committee provides an annual report to the Executive Committee.

Responsibilities

  • Assist the staff in determining sources of human-resources information.

  • Review data, analyses, and reports.

  • Share information with AGI member societies.

  • Assure that timely reports are made available to member societies, the media, and human-resources professionals.

  • Provide assistance on AGI's current human-resources publications and develop ideas for others. Current publications include the following:

      - Directory of Geoscience Departments
      - Geoscience Student Enrollment Survey
      - Geoscience Employment and Hiring Survey
      - Guide to Geoscience Departments in the United States & Canada
      - International Directory of Geoscience Organizations
      - North American Survey of Geoscientists
      - Survey of Faculty Salaries

AGI GEOSCIENCE WORKFORCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

AGI STAFF CONTACT

Dr. Christopher M. Keane (2013)
American Geosciences Institute
4220 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302-1502
(703) 379-2480 x219 FAX: (703) 379-7563
EMail: keane@agiweb.org

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