LEAG Service Award
The LEAG Service Award will be presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting. This award recognizes a lunar science and exploration community member who has exhibited exemplary service to the community. The selected individual will have demonstrated extensive service to LEAG and/or the lunar community through excellence in leadership, continuous dedication to mentoring and enriching the early-career community, and will possess an extensive track record in the field of science and/or exploration of the Moon and/or innovation.
Nominations for future LEAG service awards can be made throughout the year, and the LEAG Executive Committee will evaluate nominations and select the awardee. Nominees who are not selected will be considered for future awards without a need for resubmission.
- Larry Taylor Travel Fund
- Bernard Ray Hawke Next Lunar Generation Career Development Award
- LEAG Early-Career/Student Travel Support
Recipients will be notified approximately one month before the meeting. Travel support will be distributed after the conclusion of the meeting and upon verification of meeting attendance.
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