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2010 Earth Science Week Toolkits Now Available

The Earth Science Week 2010 Toolkit offers students, educators, and the public a wealth of educational materials focusing on the theme of Earth Science Week 2010 (October 10-16): "Exploring Energy." The latest edition of this educational resource is now available through the American Geological Institute (AGI).

AGI to Co-chair Session at 2010 AGU Fall Meeting

The American Geological Institute (AGI) will be co-chairing a session with the YES Network at the 2010 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting (13-17 December 2010) on creating professional development resources for early-career geoscientists.

Geoscience Digital Publications Editor opening in Central U.S.

We have been informed of an opening for a Digital Publications Editor with Geoscience experience. The requirements are listed below. Interested parties should contact Spencer Hillmen at (918) 398-7593×102 or Digital Publications Editor Experience: – 3+ Copyediting experience. – 3+ years of Online Publishing. – Geoscience writing/editing experience – Project Management Experience to include: […]

Author Signing Event for One Man's Planet

Author Steven M. Testa will hold a book signing for "One Man's Planet: Earth in Today's Political Culture," at the 2010 joint annual meetings of the Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Pacific Section with Western Region SPE held in Anaheim, California.

"One Man's Planet" now Available for the Kindle

The American Geological Institute's (AGI) newest publication, "One Man's Planet: Earth in Today's Political Culture" by Stephen M. Testa is now available for the Kindle.