IAJGS Google Calendar

This calendar is updated by every JGS. Please contact the IAJGS Secretary to get permission to add events. Click on any event on the calendar to bring up additional information regarding that event. By default, the calendar is shown in the ‘Agenda’ view, i.e.,  in a list format which, in certain cases, makes it easier to use the ‘Find’ (keyword search) facility found in the hamburger (three vertical dots) found in the upper right-hand corner of your browser. This allows you to search for a particular event by using keywords, for example a particular society or a keyword like 'DNA.' Note: In 'Agenda’ view, you may see the words ‘Look for more’ at the bottom of the list. Click on that link to see additional event listings.  In the upper right-hand corner of the calendar, you can click on either ‘Month’ or ‘Agenda’ to switch between 'Month' and 'Agenda' (list) views of the calendar.  Also, in the left-hand corner of the calendar, there are right and left arrows to scroll to a different month (helpful when viewing the calendar in 'Month' view).

IMPORTANT: Event times are listed in the Pacific Time zone. For example, if you see a listing for an event on the East Coast and the start time listed is 10:00 (AM Pacific Time), the event actually starts on the East Coast at 1:00 PM ET. If you live in a different time zone, please make the appropriate time zone adjustment if you are manually taking note . If you click on 'Copy to my calendar', Google Calendar will automatically convert the time of the event to the time zone in which you are located.


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