Combining traditional human-curated syntheses of scientific research with the search and visualization tools of artificial intelligence could guide researchers through avalanches of publications.
Student and early-career professional groups can build community, drive equitable change in institutions, and promote the well-being of individuals traversing the often-bumpy paths to science careers.
Our annual Career Issue spotlights individuals charting their own course through Earth and space sciences.
There are as many career journeys in the geosciences as there are people wandering through the field. Read about how 14 scientists found their way.
A series of serendipitous encounters shaped Kyba’s path from particle physicist to dark sky defender.
Four evidence-based approaches implemented through an innovative mentoring program have succeeded at improving retention rates of undergraduate women in the geosciences.
Climate science is increasingly structured in ways that subcontract repetitive activities to graduate students. Here, early career researchers raise the issue and explore some tradeoffs.
Find out more about the AGU Advanced Textbook Series that enables upper undergraduate- and graduate-level students to engage with primary literature and develop skills of critical analysis.
For-profit conferences that masquerade as legitimate academic events but lack trusted selection and peer review processes are becoming more common. Here’s why that matters.
Dropping the GRE is just a first step toward holistic admissions. To further reduce bias in applicant evaluations, the UMass-Amherst geosciences program has changed the way it assesses students.