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14 December 2020

#AGU20 Sharing Science Week 2 Recap

While last week went really well, this week we found out stride and, with some experience under our belts, had some fun with it.

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27 April 2020

Join AAAS for a Virtual Paperless Meeting Program

What would you create for a “virtual paperless meeting” on an Earth/space science topic? And could this be a model of engagement for more remote learning (perhaps bringing in an expert during the live chat time to engage with students)? Thank you, AAAS, for an example of creative engagement for challenging times!

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25 September 2019

How We Respond: Community Responses to Climate Change, from AAAS

AAAS takes a look at how community members, scientists and organizations have worked together to create solutions. Consider challenging your students on coming up with their own community solutions to climate challenges.

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14 February 2019

Make the invisible in your science community, visible

Who is in your science community? Think about making sure to identify all individuals that are part of your science work – truck drivers, janitors, administrative assistants, etc. With a simple acknowledgement, they will feel like a part of the science community as well.

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7 October 2016

The value of Wikipedia in science

Ever wonder how to make Wikipedia a more reliable source for scientific information? We’re part of a group doing just that.

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4 February 2016

Science storytelling and AAAS 2016

By Shane M. Hanlon Being a scientist in Washington D.C. can be exciting with many opportunities in research, policy, and communication. This month is going to be an especially amazing time to be a scientist in the nation’s capital, especially if you’re interested in science communication. The annual American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) meeting is being held in D.C. on February 11th – 15th. The theme this year is “Global Science …

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12 October 2015

Riding a “Roller Coaster” at National Geographic

“Is that it?” I ask the security guard at the desk.

“That’s it,” he says.

That moment marked the end of my roller coaster ride in a fellowship program with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in which scientists work summer stints as reporters in news outlets across the country.

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