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May 25, 2016
TED talks showcase “ideas worth spreading” through talks that are 18 minutes or less. What can they provide to the Earth science classroom? – an introduction to scientists and a spark for classroom conversation, for starters…
May 18, 2016
“How do people get interested in science? Whether it’s professional scientists, sci-fi enthusiasts or the general public — everyone has their own story. The “Spark of Science” series is all about how the story starts. Come here to read the personal narratives of some of today’s best scientists, and add your own!”
March 30, 2016
View the life of a scientist, one selfie at a time, through this year’s #365scienceselfies project. Share what you see, and inspire the next generation of scientists to see a unique view into the lives of women and men in STEM.
March 23, 2016
More and more, art is being utilized as a science communication tool. Here are three examples of women that are successful in bridging the science and communications disciplines with their own artistic twist.
December 17, 2015
“An evening of insightful and entertaining five-minute presentations by Earth and space scientists!”
October 14, 2015
Join AGU from October 11-17, 2015, for Sharing Science Week – an opportunity to share your science with community groups, school groups, policy makers, the media, or anyone who may not be familiar with your work as a scientist.
October 7, 2015
Start Talking Science is a free public event where STEM researchers present posters detailing their research to a general audience, hoping to foster insightful conversations and connections, and increase public interest in the cutting-edge research taking place in Philadelphia
June 3, 2015
Soapbox Science is a public outreach platform for promoting women scientists and the science they do. Events transform public areas into an arena for public learning and scientific debate.
May 27, 2015
Have you heard the statement, “any geophysical time series can be represented by music.” Look no further than this blog post to listen to the sounds of climate data over time.
December 22, 2014
Welcome to the first-ever guest post on the GeoEd Trek blog, focusing on the teaching of landslides and earthquake dynamics in the Himalayas and the EGU 2015 session on Natural Hazards Education and Communications