The Second National Conference: Justice in Geoscience engages intergenerational and convergent coalitions to broaden participation of Black, Native/Indigenous, and Latinx students and scholars in geosciences and related disciplines. This Chapman will feature events and programming that span three themes – Archival: Reading the past to create paths forward; Urgent: Justice for geoscientists of color; and Imaginary: A radically different future. Prior to the meeting, an unconference activity will allow all participants to take part in assembling the conference program.
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Deadline to submit participant application for the Second National Conferece: Justice in Geoscience Chapman
The Second National Conference: Justice in Geoscience engages intergenerational and convergent coalitions to broaden participation of Black, Native/Indigenous, and Latinx students and scholars in geosciences and related disciplines.
Join AGU staff to learn about the AGU Bridge Program, including information on how to apply and what to expect once your application is submitted.
This webinar series draws on the experiences of a wide spectrum of current and emerging leaders in the geosciences to elicit lessons about how the profession can better embody justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI).
Mentoring365 adds partners to help fill gaps essential for a successful career within and beyond academia
These 10 organizations are focused on increasing student and early career researcher opportunities that may have been disrupted by COVID-19 through Mentoring365 program.
AGU is excited to receive the 2021 Power of A award, having previously won two Power of A awards in 2020 for its Centennial programs and in 2019 for the Thriving Earth Exchange.
Today, I am excited to announce the release of two more special podcast episodes exploring allyship and diversity, equity and inclusion featuring conversations with Billy Williams, AGU executive vice president of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Lisa White, director of education and outreach at the Museum of Paleontology at the University of California, Berkeley, chair of AGU’s diversity and inclusion advisory committee and an Eos science advisor.
AGU is pleased to announce an update to its corrections policy to allow for more flexibility around author name changes in our publications to better align with our values of diversity, equity and inclusion.
In our special “Third Pod from the Sun” episode, featuring AGU Vice President of Meetings Lauren Parr and AGU Vice President of Science Policy and Government Relations Lexi Shultz, we talk about what is AGU, as an organization, doing to serve as an ally when it comes to our meetings and public policy.