AGI is a resource for the academic community, and in cooperation with our Member Societies, we strive to help all geoscience programs to thrive.
The definitive source of information on over 2,000 geoscience programs globally, including faculty listings and their specialties. The Directory has been the foundation of our understanding of the academic geoscience community for nearly 50 years.
Ad-Hoc Intersociety Committee on Academic Program Classification
AGI's Member Societies requested that AGI form a committee to explore the options, benefits, and challenges of accreditation of academic geoscience programs. This committee completed its work at the end of 2013 and has issues a report of finding to the community.
AGI has a generations long history of supporting diversity in the geosciences. One of our most recent efforts has been is supporting the professional development of faculty and potential faculty who come from underrepresented groups.
The Geoscience Student Exit Survey is an AGI initiative to support geoscience programs to understand the experiences and perspectives of their graduates and to assist the community, both academic and employer, about what is happening to our new geoscience graduates. Your program's participation is critical, and AGI does almost all of the work for you.
AGI has partnered with AGU's Heads and Chairs program to provide monthly webinars on a range of topics of critical interest to geoscience programs.