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  Japan Geoscience Union Mail News No.121 October 11, 2011
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<< Contents >>

 1.Ask
for Voting for representative election of JpGU
                                  
(Deadline is October 28, 2011)

 2.Session
proposal is wanted! (Deadline is October 21, 2011,
10 more days!)

  3. Latest news

・Science Council of Japan

 The 22nd term has started!

4.From Committees
・Publicity and Outreach
Committee

・Japan Earth Science Olympiad Committee

5.What’s new

 

 



1. Ask for Voting for Representative election of JpGU
    
 Deadline
for voting for representative election of JpGU is closed on
October 28, 2011. 

Representatives


 pass resolutions regarding executive official elections,
confirmation of project master plans and other operation policies
together with society
members at ordinary and extraordinary general staff meetings.

Please be active to vote for 5 candidates of your electoral
zone.

The number of the candidates of the electoral zone, General
(Education and Outreach) is the same as the quorum. 
They automatically get elected after the election is over.

 
October 11,  2011                                               

 Board of
Election of Japan Geoscience Union

                                        
Chairman:
Hiroyuki Tsubomoto
                                        
Members:
Mie Ichihara
                                                      
Masataka
Shinohara
                                                      
Michinari
Sunamura


                                                      


Masahiro Takagi

                                                      


Shogo Tachibana

 <Schedule>
August 3, Wednesday, 2011 Official public announcement of Representative
election
August 15, Monday, 2011 Declaration of candidacy starts
September 15, Thursday, 2011 Declaration of candidacy finishes
September 29, Thursday, 2011 Casting ballots starts
October 28, Friday, 2011 Casting ballot finishes
November 4, Friday, 2011 Ballot counting and reporting the result

 

<How to vote>


Please login from the membership subscription
page by October 28, 2011.




https://secure.jtbcom.co.jp/jpgu_e/




http://www.jpgu.org/index-e/membership/membershipsubscription.html

Please
check your status from the following URL:



https://secure.jtbcom.co.jp/jpgu_e/

If you
don’t remember your ID or password, please do not hesitate to ask us.


office@jpgu.org


2
. Session proposal
is wanted!

Session
proposal is closed on October 21, Friday.

Only 10 days are left.  Please be in a
hurry and propose a session from the following URL.

<Session proposal> September 1, Wednesday
-October 21, Friday, 2011

<URL>http://www.jpgu.org/meeting_e/session.html#s05

 3.
Latest news

(1)Science
Council of Japan 
 The
22nd term has started!
 

hNew members has been appointed at the General Assembly on
October 3, and Prof. Takashi Ohnishi was elected as
president.

Earth planetary science committee members are as follows.

Hiroko Nagahara (Chair), Hiroshi Kitazato (Vice chair),
Teruyuki Nakajima (Secretary), Yukio Himiyama (Secretary),
Teruko Usui (Member), Syuhei Ohkubo (Member), Jyunichiro
Kawaguchi (Member), Tetsuzo Yasunari (Member), Mitsuo
Yamakawa (Member)


4. From Committees

(1)Publicity
and Outreach Committee

Japan Geoscience Union is going to organize the semeners to
the public on November 5, Saturday at the University of
Tokyo.

Please be active to participate in it.

Date: November 5, Saurday, from 14:00 to 17:00 (Doors open
at 13:30)

Venue: The University of Tokyo, Yayoi Campus, Yayoi Hall

      1-1-1 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 

Host: Japan Geoscience Union

For furthre details, please see the folowing URL in
Japanese.

http://www.jpgu.org/whatsnew/20111105JpGU_sympo/2011autumn_lecture.html

(2)Japan Earth
Science Olympiad Committee

The 5th International Earth Science Olympiad
was held in Modena in Italy.

This Olympiad was the 1st one held in Europe,
and 104 students and 102 mentors and obserbers, total about
200 participants around the world gathered there and was the
largest ever Olympiad. The team Japan got one gold, two
silver and 1 bronze medals.  Students from Asian
countries like Korea, Taiwan, Tahailand and the Philippines
did really good.

Japan Earth Science Olympiad became a member
of Japan Science Olympiad Committee on October 4, 2011.

 

 

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