He’s working to make the geosciences an area where everyone can thrive.
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Interns developed skills in science communication by creating educational materials about the river’s colorful stories, myths, and misunderstandings.
In a summer program, students learned about and discussed the science of the Hudson River watershed, as well as the social issues present in their daily lives.
A Black student shares some of his negative interactions with the police, and explains why “silence equals death” is not an exaggeration.
There are steps individuals can take to support more diversity in the environmental sciences.
The seagoing expedition program designed to bring diversity to the geosciences goes virtual.
Authoritarian and nationalistic forces may be seizing on COVID-19 as an opportunity to restrict people and businesses to stay within their borders, but in the long run, the forces of technology, economic development and human curiosity will not be contained.
Women and people of color are historically underrepresented in the geosciences. Through two different diversity initiatives, graduate student Kailani Acosta is working to change that.
On Wednesday, the State of the Planet blog will be going silent in solidarity with a grassroots movement to eradicate anti-Black racism in academia and STEM.