Pasadena City College
Elizabeth is a Professor of Geology at Pasadena City College in California. She received her Ph.D. in Geology from Caltech in 1997. She is involved in many aspects of K-16 professional development and geoscience education, and has participated in several large-scale projects such as InTeGrate and SAGY2YC. Most of all she enjoys teaching and finding new ways to make course work relevant and meaningful to her students.
Intro to InTeGrate part of Integrate
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The Usefulness of Tidal Charts part of Oceanography:Activities
This 8-page assignment on the topic of ocean tides is intended to be completed by students alone or in small groups during class (with the possible exception of the last page which requires access to the internet) ...
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California State University Northridge: Liberal Studies Science Experience Capstone Course part of Teacher Preparation:Resource Collections:Courses
This laboratory course serves as a culminating science experience for Liberal Studies majors in the pre-credential and ITEP options. An interdisciplinary blend of biology, physics, chemistry, and earth and space ...
Focus on Energy Resources part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Earth Education for Sustainable Societies:Essays
Elizabeth Nagy-Shadman, Pasadena City College It might be useful to bring the concept of energy to the forefront, maybe by establishing a standard introductory course, or create an entire major: B.S. in Earth ...
InTeGrate Liaison and SAGE2YC Advisory Board Member from Pasadena City College part of SAGE 2YC:Workshops:Preparing Students in Two-year Colleges for Careers:Essays
In addition to being an advisory board member for SAGE2YC, I am a co-PI on the NSF-funded, five-year InTeGrate project that aims to improve geoscience literacy and build a workforce that can make use of geoscience to solve societal issues. My role is to oversee the involvement of 2-year colleges (2YCs) and to be certain that issues unique to 2YCs are identified and considered during the program development, testing, and dissemination. As such I am a liaison between the InTeGrate and SAGE2YC groups, and am very excited to be involved in both programs.
Conference Presentations (6)
Report on Unlearning Racism in Geoscience from the 2YC URGE Pod part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2021:Program:Poster Sessions:Wednesday:Poster Session III
The five-month long virtual Unlearning Racism in Geoscience (URGE) program was developed to empower groups, or pods, of geoscience faculty to implement anti-racist strategies and policies within their departments ...
Other Contributions (7)
Friday part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2023:Program:Teaching Demos:Friday
Skip to Main ContentSkip to Navigation Your Account Earth Educators' RendezvousPasadena, CA, July 10-14, 2023 View the Program | Search the ...
Far Western Section, Geo2YC: The Two-Year College Division, Geoscience Education Research Division
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July 2017 Earth Educators Rendezvous 2015
July 2015 Geo2YC Community
SAGE 2YC Winter 2018 Science Identity
Earth Educators' Rendezvous Interest Group
Surface Process Hazards Interest Group
Advocacy Interest Group
Earth Educators' Rendezvous 2023 Attendees
Earth Educators' Rendezvous 2016
An Ecosystem Services Approach to Water Resources Interest Group
Eyes on the Hydrosphere: Tracking Water Resources Interest Group
Humans' Dependence on Earth's Mineral Resources Interest Group
Ocean Sustainability Interest Group
NAGT Webinar Series Interest
Living on the Edge Interest Group
Teach the Earth
Workshop Participant (37 workshops)
August 2022 SAGE 2YC 2019-20 Socal 3 Workshop
January 2020 AGU 2019: Inclusive and Effective College Science Classrooms
Webinar Participant (9 webinars)
March 2021 Lessons Learned from InTeGrateâ€™s Materials Development Program and What Remains Undone
October 2019 Earth Education for a Sustainable Future: Supporting departments and programs through InTeGrate