Education Resources Network: Search Organizations

PDF versionPDF version

Find geoscience, environmental education, and science education organizations.

Displaying 1 - 12 of 12 organizations

To search with a phrase, put it in quotes.
Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The objectives of the Abilene Geological Society shall be to promote the sciences of petroleum geology, environmental geology and related technologies in West Central texas; to foster scientific spirit in fields of petroleum geology, environmental geology and related technologies; to encourage...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Kansas Geological Survey (KGS), a research and service division of the University of Kansas, is charged, by statute, with studying and providing information about the state's geologic resources. The KGS has no regulatory authority and does not take positions on natural resource issues....

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Michigan Geological Survey at Western Michigan University facilitates basic and applied geological research to promote the best use of Michigan's geological resources for their social and economic benefits while protecting associated resource values and the environment. The Michigan...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Nevada Division of Minerals encourages and assists in the responsible exploration for and the production of minerals, oil, gas, and geothermal energy which are economically beneficial to the state. The Division is involved in a wide array of activities relating to mineral development. Staff...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Nevada Petroleum and Geothermal Society, Inc. is a nonprofit organization, formed to: foster the development and growth of the petroleum industry in Nevada; promote a high level of professionalism and ethics among the membership through programs of continuing education; cultivate cordial...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The New Orleans Geological Society was organized on October 3, 1941, as a non-profit organization for the purpose of facilitating the development of the profession and science of Geology, with specific emphasis to exploration and production of petroleum and natural gas. Since Hurricane Katrina...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Panhandle Geological Society (PGS) is located in Amarillo, Texas. Amarillo, being a vital and substantial part of the oil and gas industry, is centrally located within a vast exploration area that includes portions of five states: Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, and Oklahoma.  Since...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The Pittsburgh Association of Petroleum Geologists (PAPG) is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 to provide a forum for petroleum geologists in the Pittsburgh area to meet socially and discuss technical topics relative to the exploration and development of reserves in the Northern and...

Resource Type: Geoscience Organizations

The California Independent Petroleum Association (CIPA) is a non-profit, non-partisan trade association representing approximately 500 independent crude oil and natural gas producers, royalty owners, and service and supply companies operating in California.  Our members represent approximately...

Resource Type: Member Societies

The purpose of the organization is to foster scientific research, advance the science of geology, promote technology and inspire high professional conduct.

Resource Type: Member Societies

The mission of the Petroleum History Institute is to pursue the history, heritage and development of the modern oil industry from its 1859 inception in Oil Creek Valley, Pennsylvania, to its early roots in other regions in North America and the subsequent spread throughout the world to its...

Resource Type: Member Societies

TSOP is a Society for scientists and engineers involved with coal petrology, kerogen petrology, organic geochemistry and related disciplines.

Search Page Shortcuts

Search All Resources
Curricula and Instruction
Organizations
Outreach Programs
Professional Resources
Teaching Media

Recently Loaded Resources

Devil's Tower in Wyoming
Science Education Organizations

TERC is a nonprofit STEM education research and development organization. For more than fifty years, TERC has been introducing millions of students throughout the United States to the exciting and rewarding worlds of math and science learning. Led by a group of experiences, forward-thinking math...

Waterton Lake in Canada
Geoscience Organizations

The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) is part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada. The GSC is Canada’s oldest scientific agency and one of its first government organizations. It was founded in 1842 to help develop a viable Canadian mineral industry by establishing the...

Cave in Carlsbad Caverns
Geoscience Organizations

The Union Internationale de Spéléologie (UIS) is the international body for caving and speleology. Formed in 1965, its voting members consist of a delegate from each member country. This delegate represents the country's cavers and speleologists, rather than its national body(s). An elected...

Seismogrph monitoring
Science Education Organizations

The United States is the first nation to land on the moon and the nation which developed the polio vaccine and invented the light bulb. After decades of dominance in the scientific fields, American schools and universities must work to ensure this country remains competitive in the STEM fields....

Earth from Space showing Africa and Antarctica
Geoscience Organizations

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is Europe's premier geosciences union, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the Earth, planetary, and space sciences, for the benefit of humanity, worldwide. It is a nonprofit international union of scientists with over 12,500 members from all over the...

About the Education Resources Network

The Education Resources Network aggregates geoscience education resources from a variety of providers. The goal is to provide visitors with the widest possible collection of curricula, classroom activities, teacher professional development opportunities, science education standards, virtual field trips, teaching ancillaries and much more.

We are continually adding new content, so please check back frequently.

We encourage you to review our collections, suggest other resources, and let us know when items are out of date or problematic for other reasons.