Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Resources for Earth Educators

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Module 4: Food and Water
Gigi Richard, Fort Lewis College
In this module, students will be introduced to the connections between water and agriculture. The first part of the module (4.1) explores how water is essential for growing food and how water is embedded in all of ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Environmental Justice, Ethics
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Module 3: Diet and Nutrition
Steven Vanek, Pennsylvania State Univ-Penn St. Erie-Behrend Coll
Module 3 covers the nutritional needs to which human consumption patterns ideally respond within food systems, and some of the nutritional challenges (related to both deficit and excess of diet components) that are ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Environmental Justice, Ethics
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Unit 2: Application of Concepts to Case Studies
Patricia Stapleton, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Lisa Doner, Plymouth State University; Lorraine Motola, Metropolitan College of New York
In Unit 2, students apply and evaluate foundational concepts about storm hazards and risk in the context of two cases studies: Superstorm Sandy (2012) and the Storm of the Century (1993). Through different ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Public Policy and STEM, Focus on Diverse Students:Prepare Diverse Students for Careers:Local Issues
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Unit 3: Culmination of Module in Town Hall Meeting
Patricia Stapleton, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Lorraine Motola, Metropolitan College of New York; Lisa Doner, Plymouth State University
Over the course of one week, students will apply and evaluate concepts in the context of their local community, culminating in the formulation and evaluation of Hazard Mitigation Plan recommendations presented in ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Public Policy and STEM, Focus on Diverse Students:Prepare Diverse Students for Careers:Local Issues
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What's in the Water? Lesson 4: Drinking Water & Environmental Justice
Kelsey Bitting, Elon University
In this lesson from the "What's in the Water?" PFAS Contamination Unit", students explore equity in drinking water across the U.S. For homework, students read segments of two recent reports ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Antiracist Approaches
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Unit 3: Field Geophysical Measurements
Compiled by Lee Slater, Rutgers University Newark (lslater@newark.rutgers.edu) Download a ZIP file of this Unit
Near surface geophysical measurements are performed by moving sensors across the Earth's surface. Active geophysical sensors transmit a signal into the Earth and record a returned signal that contains ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Attract Diverse Students:Demonstrate Relevance, Introductory Courses
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Unit 4: The Magic of Geophysical Inversion
Compiled by Lee Slater, Rutgers University Newark (lslater@newark.rutgers.edu) Download a ZIP file of this Unit
This unit introduces the student to the concept of geophysical inversion, which is the process of estimating the geophysical properties of the subsurface from the geophysical observations. The basic mechanics of ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Attract Diverse Students:Introductory Courses, Demonstrate Relevance
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Unit 5: Integrated Geophysical Interpretation and Comparison with Ground Truthing
Compiled by Lee Slater, Rutgers University Newark (lslater@newark.rutgers.edu) Download a ZIP file of this Unit
In this unit, students explore spatial associations between the three-dimensional electromagnetic (EM) conductivity inversions and the visible patterns of Salicornia (Pickleweed) introduced in Unit 1, Exploring ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Attract Diverse Students:Introductory Courses, Demonstrate Relevance
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Geoethics Case Study: The Keystone Pipeline--Energy, Jobs or Environment?
Dave Mogk, Montana State University-Bozeman
David Mogk and Andrew Thorson, Montana State University-Bozeman Summary The Keystone Pipeline is a complex project that raises important environmental, economic, and international policy issues. Tar sands from ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Ethics, Environmental Justice, Public Policy and STEM
Information Type: Activity, Discussion, Classroom Activity, Project:Investigative Case Studies, Activity:Project, Writing Assignment

Unit 1: Use of Lead in the Environment and Health Impacts on Human Populations
Katrina Korfmacher (University of Rochester), Richard Gragg (Florida A&M University), Martha Richmond (Suffolk University), and Caryl Waggett (Allegheny College)
In Unit 1, students engage in discussion of the historical use and resulting distribution of lead throughout the human environment. Activity 1.1 introduces the systems dynamics linking geology, human use, and human ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Environmental Justice, Ethics
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