Raleigh Martin, 2019-2020 Congressional Geoscience Fellow.

Raleigh Martin is AGI’s newest William L. Fisher Congressional Geoscience Fellow, spending a year working as a congressional staff member in Washington, D.C.

Some of the ESW 2019 photography and visual arts contest entries.

Check out the spectacular winning entries from Earth Science Week 2019’s art, photo, video, and essay contests.

Flow of data

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Student working with Earth science data on a virtual screen.

Find out about a new initiative funded by the National Science Foundation to study how students use scientific data sets of federal agencies and other groups to learn science and mathematics.

Dunes in Arizona

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Congressional Geoscience Fellowship

Submit materials by February 2 to be eligible for AGI’s William L. Fisher Congressional Geoscience Fellowship.

 
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