With mentorship having gone virtual this past summer, three geosciences programs offer case studies about how to form meaningful connections during a time of social distancing.
The United States has always been a scientific powerhouse, but following a sudden announcement from ICE, some worry that “we’re just going to get so far behind.”
AGU editors recognize the contributions of reviewers, whose valuable expertise continues to raise our journals’ high standards.
Limitations on summer research internships imposed by the pandemic are impeding students’ engagement in geoscience education and preparation for careers. The community is acting quickly to adapt.
Geoscience graduate programs are increasingly abandoning the controversial test as an admissions requirement, a welcome development for equity and inclusion in the field. How can your school be next?
AGU journal submissions have not seen a significant decrease in the proportion of female corresponding authors.
The transition of space weather science from research to operations needs a framework with both good science and a good dialogue with end users.
Earth scientists need software technology that better integrates legacy data with current and future processing capabilities so they can assess and reproduce their colleagues’ results.
Achieving our goals of advancing science and benefitting society depends on ideological diversity. Cultivating relationships and dialogue with ideological opponents creates compassion and progress.
Researchers unveil a community-wide effort to standardize terminology and reporting requirements across paleoclimate data.