InTeGrate News and Announcements
- Sexual Harassment in the Sciences: A Call to Geoscience Faculty and Researchers to Respond
Thank you to NAGT members Kristen St. John, Eric Riggs, and Dave Mogk on writing the recent JGE editorial Sexual Harassment in the Sciences: A Call to Geoscience Faculty and Researchers to Respond based on the goals of the (NSF)-funded workshop: Sexual Harassment in the Sciences - A Call to Respond. The authors share their reflections on points from the workshop and results from recent studies that particularly resonated and have implications for geoscience education and geoscience education researchers.
- Developing Computational Skills in the Sciences with MATLAB® Webinar
Join us for a webinar that highlights resources and tips for teaching data processing and analysis, simulation, and modeling using MATLAB®.
Thursday, April 27, 2017
12:00 pm Pacific | 1:00 pm Mountain | 2:00 pm Central | 3:00 pm Eastern
Registration deadline: Tuesday, April 25, 2017
- Earth Educators' Rendezvous 2017—Early Bird Registration Deadline May 1
Interested in joining the 2017 Rendezvous? The Early bird registration deadline is May 1. Don't forget that although the Contributed Program: Oral, Poster, and Teaching Demonstration Sessions application deadline has passed, we will accept late poster submissions until May 15 (or until full). Join us in Albuquerque!
- Helping the Next Generation Save the Planet: InTeGrate in the News
Carleton College highlights SERC's largest project
InTeGrate in the News
- News of the NSF Award Announcement
- News of the award announcement from Carleton College
- Follow up news coverage from Carleton College Helping the Next Generation Save the Planet
- News coverage of University of South Dakota Implementation Program
- News coverage of Gustavus Adolphus College Implementation Program
- News coverage of Shippensburg University Implementation Program in local media as well as in Shippensburg University Magazine
- News coverage of Washington State Implementation Program From the Washington University Press Office, From the Ellensberg Daily Record, From the Ellensberg Daily Record
- Professor Sarah Fortner, Wittenberg University (lead on an implementation program and co-author of a teaching module) has done some excellent work with the City of Springfield around stormwater runoff. Here are a couple of news items resulting from her efforts: From WYSO at Antioch College, from Wittenberg College, and from the Springfield News-Sun
- Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) provide member highlight
- Blog post by Laura Guertin in GeoEd Trek