Tuesday, November 20, 2018
The NSF Solicitation for the next EarthCube Office has been published. Target date for full proposals is February 11, 2019. The EarthCube Leadership Council recommends interested bidders familiarize themselves with the guidance and background documents found here.  Full solicitation is here (NSF site).  
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
The new NSF Solicitation for the next round of EarthCube-funded projects is now online: "EarthCube Science-Enabling Data Capabilities" and "EarthCube RCN" (NSF 16-514).  Potential bidders can access a wealth of guidance on the EarthCube site.  Full proposal deadlines: March 05, 2019: EarthCube Science-Enabling Data Capabilities [link] March 14, 2019: EarthCube RCN [link] The  solicitation... [read more]
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
The candidates for the TWO 2018 EarthCube Leadership Council At-Large positions are Mike Daniels, Ethan Gutmann, Albert Kettner, and Ouida Meier. The chosen candidates will serve from June 1, 2018, through May 31, 2020. Election runs from 4/24 - 5/8/2018. EarthCube members will receive their ballots via email in the afternoon of 4/24. If you have any issues or did not receive your ballot, contact... [read more]
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
The candidates for the 2018 Engagement Team (ET) Chair election are Daniel Fuka and Ryan Gooch. Election runs from 4/24 - 5/8/2018. ET members will receive their ballots via email in the afternoon of 4/24. If you have any issues or did not receive your ballot, contact the ESSO. Daniel Fuka Daniel is a cross-disciplinary scientist with a BS in Horticulture and MS and Ph.D. in Biological and... [read more]
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
The candidate for the 2018 Technology and Architecture Committee (TAC) Chair election is Rebecca Koskela. Election runs from 4/24 - 5/8/2018. TAC members will receive their ballots via email in the afternoon of 4/24. If you have any issues or did not receive your ballot, contact the ESSO. Rebecca Koskela Rebecca is the Executive Director of DataONE. She is currently the Chair of the TAC, as well... [read more]
Monday, February 26, 2018
The candidates for the 2018 Science Committee Chair election are Emma Aronson and D. Sarah Stamps. Election runs from 2/26 - 3/09/2018. Science Committee members will receive their ballots via email in the afternoon of 2/26. If you have any issues or did not receive your ballot, contact the ESSO. Emma Aronson Emma is the former Co-Chair of the Science Committee, Science Committee member, and... [read more]
Thursday, February 1, 2018
EarthCube will have several sessions and Town Halls at the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM), co-sponsored by the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), and The Oceanography Society (TOS). The OSM is an important venue for scientific exchange across broad marine science disciplines. Sessions will include all aspects of oceanography... [read more]
Monday, January 29, 2018
Welcome Ken Rubin, new LC Chair-elect The ESSO would like to welcome Ken Rubin as the new Leadership Council (LC) chair-elect. For the past two years, Ken has served as chair of the EarthCube Science Committee (SC) and a member of the LC. This has been a time of intensive goal refinement for EarthCube, as well the development of approaches to help focus and accelerate the pace of innovation and... [read more]
Monday, June 19, 2017
2017 EarthCube Elections It is our great pleasure to welcome the newly-elected members of EarthCube Leadership Council and Liaison Team! These positions will serve key leadership roles while EarthCube moves into the implementation phase. All three candidates have shown exemplary leadership in EarthCube, and we are excited to welcome them to the Leadership Council and Liaison Team.  We would also... [read more]
Monday, November 28, 2016
Formal Response of the Leadership Committee (LC) to the Reverse Site Visit In March 2016, the EarthCube Advisory Committee presented EarthCube with a report of their Reverse Site Visit. The report contained critical insights about the trajectory of the efforts made over the first five years of EarthCube’s existence as an NSF-funded initiative, and made many excellent recommendations to adjust our... [read more]