The American Geosciences Institute is collaborating with the American Geophysical Union's Heads and Chairs program to provide critical support for geoscience academic departments. One of the key activities of this collaboration is the monthly webinar series that is available for anyone to participation in, but which are specifically designed to address issues raised by geoscience department chairs.
AGU/AGI Heads and Chairs webinar which will provide an update on the latest findings from AGI's geoscience student exit survey.
AGU/AGI Heads and Chairs webinar to discuss examples of implementing curriculum reform within a geoscience department.
AGU/AGI Heads and Chairs webinar which will look at the experiences of smaller departments in their efforts to raise external funds and what actions proved most successful.
This webinar will look at the latest data from various AGI surveys on workforce, which will shed light on the current state of geoscience programs, student experiences, and a view of long-term trends. In addition, several emerging trends regarding what the future of geoscience work will look like will be discussed, especially the impact of technologies such as machine learning and what that means for the future of geoscience employment.
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AGU/AGI Heads and Chairs webinar that examines current best practices related to the policies and implementation issues of geoscience field camps.
AGU/AGI Heads and Chairs webinar which introduces the concepts the use of e-portfolios for students as a means of evaluation and career preparation.
AGU/AGI Heads and Chairs webinar which will explore current programs available in the community to support faculty in their data management needs, especially in light of new data retention and archiving requirements.
A briefing from one of the teams involved in recent NSF-supported efforts to boost equity and inclusion in the geosciences.
Find out about the highlights of the latest data from the AGI Geoscience Student Exit Survey and what these trends mean.
The latest updates on community efforts to address issues of harassment and workplace climate issues.