NAGT Meet the Editors

Join NAGT »Part of the Wednesday Afternoon Poster Session in the Beren Auditorium

Want to learn more about NAGT publications, the people behind them, and how to contribute?
Then join the editors of NAGT's publications during the Wednesday afternoon poster session. Bring your feedback on our current publications, ideas for theme issues and new publications, and questions about how to contribute.

Come meet:

Anne Egger
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Provenance: Rich Villacres, CWU
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Anne Egger
, Geological Sciences, Central Washington University, is editor of the Journal of Geoscience Education, NAGT's peer-reviewed publication for geoscience education research. JGE is published four times a year and serves as an international forum for research concerning the pedagogy, assessment, and philosophy of teaching and learning about the geosciences and related domains. Anne began as editor in 2018 and helped manage the transition to Taylor and Francis as the publisher. She can answer questions about what kinds of articles get published in JGE and how to serve as a reviewer or associate editor, discuss possibilities for theme issues, and address any other questions you have about the journal. Read more...

Dr. Crowder
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Provenance: Krista Herbstrith, Carleton College
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Margaret Crowder
, Department of Geography and Geology at Western Kentucky University, is the editor of In the Trenches, NAGT's quarterly publication.In the Trenches is a quarterly print and digital publication for members designed to provide a forum for geosciences education dialogue targeting educators in the classroom. It provides a venue for contributors to inform NAGT members about their best teaching ideas, new resources, and other special topics relevant to our profession that do not lend themselves to more research-focused journals. With In the Trenches, educators are provided with a more conversational outlet for ideas and experiences that inform the larger community. Read more...

Vince Cronin
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Provenance: Vince Cronin, Baylor University
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Lab Manual 2017
Vince Cronin
, Department of Geosciences, Baylor University, is editor of the 11th edition of the Laboratory Manual in Physical Geology. This user-friendly, best-selling laboratory manual examines the basic principles of geology and their applications to everyday life. Students are encouraged to view these principles in terms of natural resources, natural hazards, and human risks. This trusted resource features contributions from highly regarded geologists and geoscience educators, with an exceptional illustration program by Dennis Tasa. Read more...

Jennifer Wenner
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Jennifer Wenner, Department of Geology at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, is the chair of NAGT's Teach the Earth website committee. Housed at the Science Education Resource Center (SERC), Teach the Earth is the portal to NAGT's compendium of online Earth Education Resources and provides access to all things of relevance to geoscience education. Teach the Earth includes thousands of peer reviewed and classroom-tested resources produced through Cutting Edge Workshops, NAGT sponsored projects, and much more!