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Global Young Academy

Fecha Limite: 8 de Octubre

Attn. OWSD Community, please see the below announcement from the Global Young Academy regarding the extension of their deadline for membership

Please note that OWSD is not directly involved with the Academy and cannot answer further questions about membership.

The deadline for our call for GYA membership  has been extended until 8 October 2017.

The *Call for Membership 2017* can be found on our website:

The call is open to early-career scientists from all research disciplines. We especially encourage applications from women scientists, scholars in the social sciences, arts and humanities as well as researchers working in government, industry, and non-governmental sectors. Moreover, we are looking for more young scientists from regions in which we do not have (much) membership yet (see

*About the Global Young Academy:*

Founded in 2010, the Global Young Academy (GYA) is an international organization of young researchers with members from six continents.
Members are elected for five-year terms. Each member is expected to participate in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the GYA (the AGM 2018
will be *held from 7-11 May in Thailand)*and to actively contribute to one or more of the organisation’s programmes. This includes participation, e.g., in policy development, promotion of the National Young Academies, or promoting science and education at the international level.

*Help us to reach outstanding young scientists around the globe:**

*Please continue to spread the word and share these graphics, tweets and posts as well as the call flyer over relevant mailing lists until 8 October 2017.

*Examples of Social Media messages:***

"Being connected in a global network of young researchers, in a multicultural, interdisciplinary environment, broadens our perspective and gives power and voice to our ideas." – /Gonzalo Tornaría, Uruguay, Mathematical Sciences/

"The GYA is an outstanding example of interdisciplinarity in action. Tremendous energy and lasting friendships come from our collaborations.” – /S. Karly Kehoe, Canada, Humanities/

“The GYA pursues the goal of finding solutions to global problems through science. Being part of that community has rewarded me with valuable skills; social, cultural and scientific.” – /Ghada%

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