NASA’s Outer Planets Assessment Group (OPAG) will provide travel grants for a limited number of interested Early Career participants to attend the OPAG meeting February 22-23 in Atlanta, GA. OPAG plays a key role in sculpting the planetary science community’s input into NASA activities for outer planets science and exploration. Thus it is critical for Early Career scientists to attend these meetings both to learn how NASA and Planetary Science programs operate and to represent the community that will work on OPAG-relevant projects in the coming decade. Selected individuals will present a poster at the meeting on a topic of their choosing. Interested graduate students, postdocs, and other Early Career scientists (within 5 years of PhD/MS/BS) should submit a one page letter of interest and a CV to britneys@eas.gatech.edu by Jan 18, 2017. Recipients will be notified by Jan 23.

For more information, email Britney Schmidt at the address above.