There’s no one way to be a geoscientist. Learn how more than a dozen professionals use Earth and space sciences as a wheelhouse for innovative and interesting careers.
An Arizona educator finds she has the SpaceX factor to become an astronaut.
A career in fluid mechanics is both intellectually stimulating and well suited to solving environmental problems.
Making sure people whose incomes rely on fossil fuels aren’t left behind as alternative energy sources become more established.
From Antarctica to the Arctic, Miner’s career as a climate scientist has taken her to Earth’s frozen areas to study the effects of climate change.
As a young Latina, Pérez-Ángel brings a fresh perspective to paleoclimatology.
Planetary scientist studies oceans with a combination of laboratory work and satellite imagery.
While studying tectonic plates and sand, Wright works on a program to make the geosciences more equitable.
While overwintering in Antarctica, Foster maintains the South Pole Telescope facilities.
Inspired by the science infrastructure in their own backyard.