Message Image  

GSA2015
GSA 2015

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Upcoming GSA 2016 Deadlines

    Just a reminder that the call for field trips, short courses, and topical sessions for the 2016 GSA meeting in Denver is currently open. The proposal deadlines are below. We hope that you will all consider submitting proposals to host these events next year. Remember, the Geoscience Education Divsion consistently manages around 10% of all presentation abstracts. Let's work together to make the 2016 Denver meeting the largest collection of Geoscience Education research and instructional practice to date.

    Deadlines:
    Field Trips: 1 Dec
    Sessions: 1 Feb.
    Courses: 1 Feb.

    Chris Atchison
    Chair, GSA Geoscience Education Division

  • MSI-REACH: Reconstructing Earth's Climate History

    The Consortium for Ocean Leadership, in partnership with the American Meteorological Society, James Madison University, Los Angeles Valley College, and several other higher education institutions, invites minority-serving institution (MSI) faculty to attend the NSF-supported MSI-REACH Reconstructing Earth's Climate History workshop at the Gulf Coast Repository in College Station, TX on August 1-5, 2005. MSI-REACH trains MSI faculty to understand paleoclimate evidence derived from ocean sediment cores and acquire the hands-on skills necessary to bring this exciting inquiry into new and existing Earth and environmental science classes on their campuses.

    All costs will be covered for the summer workshop. Housing expenses and a $500 stipend will be provided for the follow-up meeting at a professional geoscience conference. Participants will also receive mentoring to support resource implementation from research scientists and undergraduate education specialists.

    For more information, please reference the brochure and application form at http://msi-reach.oceanleadership.org/.

    The application deadline is March 15, 2016. Please direct application materials to Elizabeth Mills at mills@ametsoc.org or 202-737-0445 (fax).

LATEST DISCUSSIONS

  • Dear Colleagues, The NSF-funded GEODE Project (Google Earth for Onsite and Distance Education) is offering participant support for the following regional... More

  • Are you a graduate student or post-doctoral fellow interested in pursuing an academic careers in the geosciences (including geoscience, atmospheric... More

FIND US ON

  Blog   Follow Us on Twitter   Find Us on Facebook   Join Us on LinkedIn   Find Us on YouTube