Empowering geoscientists to transform workplace climate
The Earth Science Women's Network, Association for Women Geoscientists and the American Geophysical Union are partnering to address the problem of sexual and other types of harassment and other exclusionary behaviors, such as bullying, discrimination and identity-based aggressions, that lead to hostile working and learning environments in the earth, space and environmental sciences with a four-year, $1.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation ADVANCE program. A primary goal of the project is to improve workplace climate conditions by developing bystander intervention education for department heads, chairs, faculty and grad students to appropriately respond to and prevent harassment, bullying and other exclusionary behaviors in research environments.
ADVANCEGeo News and Press
- ADVANCEGeo co-PI responds to new data on representation of women faculty in the geosciences
- New piece out on how the pandemic intensifies inequities in STEM
- ADVANCEGeo program highlighted by Senator Hirono
- New paper out on anti-racism in the geosciences
- ADVANCEGeo PI interviewed for article on bullying