Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus
Ariel Anbar is a scientist and educator interested in Earth’s past and future evolution as an inhabited world, and the prospects for life beyond. His group develops novel geochemical methods to study topics ranging from the chemical evolution of the atmosphere and oceans to human disease (http://anbarlab.org). Trained as a geologist and a chemist, Anbar is a President’s Professor at Arizona State University, where he is on the faculty of the School of Earth & Space Exploration and the School of Molecular Sciences, and a Distinguished Sustainability Scholar in the Global Institute of Sustainability. The author or co-author of over 100 refereed papers, Anbar directed ASU's NASA-funded Astrobiology Program from 2009 – 2015, and oversees ASU’s new Center for Education Through eXploration (http://etx.asu.edu) and co-leads the PlanetWorks initiative (http://planetworks.asu.edu). He is a graduate of Harvard (A.B. 1989) and Caltech (Ph.D. 1996). Before coming to ASU he was on the faculty of the University of Rochester from 1996 to 2004. Anbar is a Fellow of the Geological Society of America, which awarded him the Donath Medal in 2002. He was recognized as an HHMI Professor in 2014, and elected a Fellow of the Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry in 2015.
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Conference Presentations (3)
DIY Digital Lessons: Create Custom Online Lessons for Your Learners part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2023:Program:Oral Sessions:Thursday Oral Session B
Infiniscope,a NASA funded project, has developed an open-source, digital platform for lesson development and delivery. It enables educators to create their own digital lessons and deploy them to their classes with ...
DIY Virtual Field Trips: Create Immersive, Place-Based Experiences for Your Learners part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2023:Program:Oral Sessions:Thursday Oral Session B
Virtual field trips allow learners to benefit from many of the aspects of place-based education without the challenges that are often associated with it. Tour It is a free, user-friendly virtual field trip tool ...
Mixed-methods research on student geoscience learning at Grand Canyon by complementary in-situ and virtual modalities part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2017:Program:Poster Sessions:Wednesday
Not all students enjoy equal access to field-based geoscience learning, even as ever more immersive, rich, and student-centered virtual field experiences become more widely available. No virtual modalities yet ...
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Digital Teaching Networks for Earth and Space Science Education part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2018:Program:Roundtable Discussions
AGU, NAGT and the Center for Education Through Exploration at Arizona State University are developing a program to enable the geosciences community to create, distribute, modify, and support adaptive digital ...