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October 26, 2015

AGI’s 2015 Life as a Geoscientist Photo Contest

AGI's 2015 Life as a Geoscientist Photo Contest

Do you have any photos showing the amazing life of a geoscientist? If so, why not submit them to the AGI 2015 Life as a Geoscientist contest!

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August 19, 2015

Why you should plan now to participate (and help others participate) in #EarthScienceWeek

Why you should plan now to participate (and help others participate) in #EarthScienceWeek

Although Earth Science Week is not taking place until October, please help K-12 teachers set an ESW event in their school year calendars (which yes, they are thinking about right now!)

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October 15, 2014

Make every week Earth Science Week!

Make every week Earth Science Week!

Why restrict the celebrations to one week? Let’s make every effort to engage students in Earth Science content every week!

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July 30, 2014

Backtrack to… fossils on the auction block

Backtrack to... fossils on the auction block

Every once in awhile, I come across something (a tweet, an email, etc.) that reminds me of an article I read or conference presentation I heard that I want to go back and revisit.  Recently, my memory was triggered by this press release from AGI: In 2006, a fossil collector and his crew discovered a rare fossil on private land in Montana’s Hell Creek Formation: the bones of two fully …

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June 18, 2014

Career resources for incoming freshmen

Career resources for incoming freshmen

It is amazing how fast the time flies between the end of the semester and beginning of summer orientation – in fact, just two days after graduation, we had faculty orientation for our summer new student orientation sessions.  Across campuses, summer orientation has common program features – students hear about what it means to be a student at that institution, learn about academic integrity and general education requirements, receive their …

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