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Geoblogospheric community. What is it good for?

I see ways that we can expand what we are doing, to make our community bolder, more inclusive, and more outwardly focused. Building that sort of community allows us not just to provide camaraderie and support for one another, but also to act as agents of change beyond the borders of the internet. Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, by Anne, public science, science education

Casting a Wider Net: Opportunities for Enhancing Diversity in the Geosciences

In the United States, we have a diversity problem in the geosciences. Less than 5% of BS degrees in geosciences go to minorities. NSF’s OEDG program seeks innovative ways to cast a wider net for future geo-professionals.
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Categories: academic life, by Anne, science education