Posted: Jul 3 2023
A new teaching module from IGUaNA is available online. This 3-unit geophysics module introduces students to the fundamentals of exploring the subsurface with gravity and magnetism.
Posted: Feb 13 2023
Registration and abstract submissions are now open for the ninth annual Earth Educators' Rendezvous, taking place in Pasadena, CA, from July 10-14, 2023. Register today to reserve your spot in morning workshops and field trips. NAGT Members receive 0 off registration fees.
Early registration deadline: May 3, 2023
Standard registration deadline: June 30, 2023
Posted: Dec 12 2022
Available now as chapter in the new Handbook of STEM Faculty Development, SERC collaborative work has been published featuring the Early Career Workshop for Geoscience Faculty. Authors Rachel Beane, Ellen Iverson, ...
Posted: Jun 6 2022
Two-Year Faculty as Agents of Change program demonstrates the a professional development model increasing the use of evidence-based teaching practices and promoting institutional change via faculty leadership.
Posted: Feb 17 2022
Are you interested in learning how to incorporate natural history collections data into a course-based undergraduate research project? We will be supporting 10 new BCEENET CURE Implementer Fellows during the 2022-2023 academic year with a stipend of 00 each. Apply today!
Posted: Feb 4 2022
Join the new Midwest Climate Education Community of Practice by signing up for community meetings this February through April.
Posted: Jan 5 2022
The newly updated Bridging to STEM Excellence (BTSE) website is a hub of information about the consortium and its work in improving higher education.
Posted: Nov 9 2021
Teaching materials created by the GeoContext team, a group of students and educators, are now available online in SERC's Teach the Earth library. The GeoContext collection is a set of resources that bring social and political context into topics commonly taught in undergraduate and graduate geoscience courses.
Posted: Oct 28 2021
Are you excited to support your students in developing skills for science and connecting with communities? Sign up for a workshop at the American Geophysical Union Meeting:Building Quantitative Literacy Through Science, Education, and Art! Democratize access to science by teaching inquiry with open data. Learn strategies from artists to support students in making cultural and community connections, or using science for advocacy.
Posted: Oct 26 2021
The first of two teaching modules from the BASICS (Business and Science: Integrated Curriculum for Sustainability) Project has been made live. The 1-2 week module, The Wicked Problem of Water Quality in the Mississippi River Watershed, is designed to engage students in complex systems-based thinking.