Important Writing Skills for Careers in the Environmental Industry

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Our speakers are:

  • Mike Lawless, Principal/Vice President, Environmental Division Manager, Draper Aden Associates
  • Brandy Barnes, Staff Geologist, Draper Aden Associates

Webinar Materials & Additional Resources

CEU Credits

To earn CEU credits, please complete the associated on-demand GOLI course that was developed from this webinar with a grade of 70% or higher and then submit your application for CEUs. CEUs are awarded from the American Institute of Professional Geologists. To view the full list of on-demand GOLI courses, please browse the GOLI course catalog.

Media Partners and Sponsors

Thank you to our media partners:

This webinar is made possible through the generous sponsorship of the METER Group.


Important Writing Skills for Careers in the Environmental Industry

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This report describes the initial employment during the spring of 2007 of geoscientists who earned their Ph.D.s during the preceding academic year. The term geoscience is used throughout the report and refers to a broad range of fields in Earth, atmospheric, ocean, and space sciences (see Appendix for list of fine fields). The report is based on a survey of geosciences Ph.D.s whose degrees were awarded between April 2005 and December 2006 and who remained in the U.S. after earning their doctorates. The Appendix provides a detailed description of how the survey was conducted.

2003 Report on Earth and Space Science Ph.Ds

Monday, August 15, 2005

This study documents employment patterns and demographic characteristics of recent PhDs. It summarizes the latest annual survey of recent Earth, Space, Atmospheric, and Ocean Science PhDs conducted by the American Geological Institute (AGI), the American Geophysical Union (AGU), and the Statistical Research Center of the American Institute of Physics (AIP).

Highlights of the results include the following:

An Integrated Model for Improving Undergraduate Geoscience Workforce Readiness

Friday, December 1, 2017

Within STEM fields, employers are reporting a widening gap in the workforce readiness of new graduates. As departments continue to be squeezed with new requirements, chasing the latest technologies and scientific developments and constrained budgets, formal undergraduate programs struggle to fully prepare students for the workforce. One major mechanisms to address gaps within formal education is in life-long learning. Most technical and professional fields have life-long learning requirements, but it is not common in the geosciences, as licensing requirements remain limited.


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