Professor Dominique Weis has been appointed as AGU College of Fellows Distinguished Lecturer
The American Geophysical Union (AGU) has announced their newest cohort of College of Fellows Distinguished Lecturers. EOAS Professor Dominique Weis has been selected for the academic year 2023 – 2024. Participating in the Distinguished Lecture Series is an honour bestowed on a talented and articulate sub-set of AGU Fellows who are high-profile ambassadors for AGU and the Earth and space sciences AGU represents.
You can now request Dominique to attend your institution for a one-off specialist lecture at no charge (click here).
AGU's College of Fellows Distinguished Lecture Series connects AGU Fellows, known for their exceptional scientific contributions, with students worldwide. The lectures provide a high-level synthesis of specific fields, focusing on grand challenges and societal impacts. The lectures are typically given virtually and last 45-75 minutes, including a question-and-answer period where students can interact with the speaker.
Dominique was selected by the AGU section 'Study of the Earth's Deep Interior’ and her abstract title is 'Mantle Plumes as Compositional Probes of Earth’s Interior’.