Student and Early-Career Events
The LPI will be conducting LPSC activities for planetary scientists, students and early-career scientists, and the public.
Seminar: Tips for Optimizing Your LPSC Experience
Recorded: February 17, 3:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. CST
Attending LPSC and looking for information on how to prepare? In this one-hour program, experts and experienced conference attendees have shared their perspectives and offer guidance about how to capitalize on the conference experience. Topics of discussion included tips for delivering a great presentation, advice for successful networking, information about additional resources, and more. The seminar recording, slides, and resource document are available below.
LPSC Insights: Get Connected, Stay Connected
In person: March 7, 2022, 11:45 a.m. CST
Are you a student attending LPSC for the first time? Are you unsure how to navigate the conference? Are you nervous about networking? This mentoring program is for you! First-time student attendees who register for this program will be introduced to an experienced LPSC attendee, and the pair will spend time attending sessions and networking together. Registration is now complete for this event.
Education and Workforce Development Posters
Please join us for the March 8 in-person poster session and the March 9 virtual poster session to discuss posters on these topics.
LPSC Daily Wrap-Up: LPSC Networking Events
March 7, 8, and 10, 2022, 5:30 p.m. CST
Conference attendees are invited to join this evening networking event discussion of conference presentations in Gather.town in the LPSC 2022 virtual environment. Participants can join in person or online. Additional details will be available during the conference.
Public Event: Live from LPSC
March 10, 2022, 6:00 p.m. CST
The public is invited to join us virtually for a conversation with planetary scientists who will share highlights of the exciting research being presented at LPI’s annual science conference. Topics of discussion will include updates from NASA’s Mars 2020 mission and Perseverance rover, insights about the upcoming Venus missions, the latest findings from lunar research, and much more!
Join here or watch on the LPI’s YouTube channel.