The nonprofit, donation-fueled program engages K–12 students by combining the fun of playing in snow with the science of the cryosphere.
Geo-STEM learning ecosystems can empower community-based solutions and broaden participation in the geosciences by connecting diverse participants who contribute unique skill sets and ways of knowing.
Fieldwork in the geosciences is increasingly relying on groundwork laid by accessibility advocates.
New research into the ways that students learn and apply their knowledge is changing teaching methods and undergraduate geoscience course content.
A new program brings undergraduates together to collaborate across disciplines and to see their respective fields with new eyes.
Ten factors that help liberal arts undergraduate students succeed could also increase the odds for student success in geoscience graduate programs.
Most STEM graduates don’t primarily do research or work in academia after they earn a Ph.D. How do we prepare those students for the multitude of other careers they could pursue?
The section will play an important role in developing a diverse, inclusive, and dynamic Earth and space science talent pool.
A cycle of prediction, comparison, and feedback supports spatial learning in geoscience.
High school students launch their own high-altitude payloads and learn from their successes and failures through a science research training program led by the University of New Hampshire.