Four Earth scientists and a psychologist reflect on balancing parenthood and professional careers in academia amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In its first year, 20% of the 250 active Earth and space science graduate programs in the United States applied for partnership with the program.
Students from around the country recently convened for the National Collegiate Soils Contest and promptly crawled into backhoe-scraped pits to dig into soil science.
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.
Can we really have it all? A scientist reflects on the gut-wrenching choices of juggling marriage, kids, and careers.
A cycle of prediction, comparison, and feedback supports spatial learning in geoscience.
Two professors put their college course online. Enrollment jumped more than 20-fold, and a forum for exchanging ideas with a multigenerational international community was born.
Geoscience professors explain how they use their summertime to get ready for teaching, researching, and mentoring when the school year begins again.
Earth Educators' Rendezvous; Boulder, Colorado, 13–17 July 2015