When directors depart argon labs, what happens to their expensive equipment, skilled staff, and institutional knowledge?
Efforts to diversify the geosciences must evolve from transactional to transformational, emphasizing the inclusion of and equity for individuals over the benefits they bring to institutions.
Scientific ocean drilling is an enduring paragon of global research, advancing knowledge of Earth and informing scientists and educators for 55 years. A new road map plots the way to further discovery.
A pipeline of minoritized groups doesn’t ensure retention, a survey finds.
The scientific community cannot claim it is becoming a diverse and inclusive culture based on numbers alone—not if professionals who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color must leave themselves behind to be part of it.
A contemporary approach to today’s science careers looks less like a structured pipeline and more like a collection of paths that change and adapt to the needs of the individual.
El programa de Sismología en la Escuela en Nepal, tiene como objetivo preparar a las comunidades rurales para el próximo gran terremoto.
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.
The Seismology at School in Nepal program aims to prepare rural communities for the next big earthquake.
With women still underrepresented in STEM fields, experts hope that new Girl Scout badges and other efforts will propel girls to study and enter science and related areas.