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April 24, 2017
Thoughts while marching in Philly… Many people were busy arguing whether we “should” have to March for Science, but it was important for us to remember that we “could” march
April 20, 2017
There is a new section of the InTeGrate Teaching Sustainability module titled “Helping Students Advocate for the Earth” – explore these resources “for advice on designing courses around issues central to your community in ways that empower students to advocate for the Earth.”
April 12, 2017
If you are looking for me this Earth Day, I’ll be participating in the March for Science in Philadelphia, sporting my purple AGU March for Science long-sleeve shirt. Where will you be?
April 5, 2017
Position statements are a resource that does not benefit anyone if they just sit on an organization’s website – the next step is to do something with them.
March 29, 2017
Here is just a sampling of journal publications and articles that came out in the past year that discuss women in STEM
March 23, 2017
Do you support the EPA? 500 Women Scientists wants us to show our love for @Our_EPA! Write two postcards – one to your regional EPA office, and one to your representative to tell him/her why they should support the EPA.
March 15, 2017
Mary Capaldi has found a way to take her passion and talent for science art to make a difference for others (people & nature)
March 8, 2017
Guest post – A Step-by-Step Guide to Academic Puberty: Transitioning from a Graduate Student to a Young Professional
For the month of March, in honor of Women’s History Month, I am dedicating my weekly blog posts to the outstanding organizations, resources, and inspiring stories about women in STEM. You can view my posts from this year and past years by searching on the tag “Women’s History Month”. This week’s post comes from Robin McLachlan, Ph.D. student at University of Washington’s School of Oceanography. I first met Robin through …
March 6, 2017
As the only Federal agency charged with water prediction and warning responsibilities, NOAA is uniquely positioned to address water challenges facing the nation – what does this mean, especially with a proposed reduced budget? And how/why should non-scientists care?
March 1, 2017
Dr. Millie Dresselhaus passed away on February 20, but earlier in the month, she became a celebrity beyond our scientific circles