With higher education increasingly moving online, a 3-year-old interinstitutional graduate student training program offers a model for universities to pool resources and expand course offerings.
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.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington team up to teach students about state-of-the-art research instrumentation.
A new program brings undergraduates together to collaborate across disciplines and to see their respective fields with new eyes.
The section will play an important role in developing a diverse, inclusive, and dynamic Earth and space science talent pool.
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.
Combining the capabilities of an open-source drawing tool with Google Earth maps allows researchers to visualize real-world cross-sectional data in three dimensions.
Teaching Geoethics Across the Geoscience Curriculum;
Chico Hot Springs, Montana, 10–13 June 2014
Lessons from experience with teaching a computational geophysics course.
In a week-long workshop, scientists learn how to communicate effectively and navigate the legal system.