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Officer Elections and Member Survey 2014

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Officer ElectionsNAGT uses an election process that includes a nomination committee. The nomination committee reviews all of the nominations for officers and makes a recommendation to the membership. The individuals on this ballot are being recommended to the membership for office. You also have the option of writing in a candidate for any office.
National OfficersAll members, please vote below for 2nd Vice President, and two Counselors-at-Large. Nominee biographies are available here. (opens in a new window)

TED OfficersMembers of the Teacher Education Division are electing a President, Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer and Media Director. Nominee biographies are available here. (opens in a new window)

GERD OfficersMembers of the Geoscience Education Research Division are electing a President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. Nominee biographies are available here. (opens in a new window)

Geo 2YC OfficersMembers of the Geo2YC Division are electing a Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer, Newsletter Editor, Webmaster, and Archivist. Nominee biographies are available here. (opens in a new window)

Member Survey

NAGT is committed to providing NAGT members with the highest level of member benefits across several categories. In an effort to better assess the value of member benefits to NAGT members, we ask that you take a few minutes to complete this survey. The survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete. We will share the results of the survey with the community through an upcoming issue of the NAGT eNews, and use the data in aggregate to inform the future activities and policies of the Association.

Thank you for taking a few minutes to help us better understand how NAGT member benefits support your work in geoscience education.

General Questions

Are you a member of any Divisions (check all that apply)?

Member Benefits

Choose the statement that best describes how valuable each member benefit is to you:

Journal of Geoscience Education

The Journal of Geoscience Education (JGE) is the premier peer-reviewed publication for geoscience education research and curriculum and instruction at the undergraduate and pre-college levels. JGE is the publication of record for NAGT, and serves as the only international forum dedicated solely to the publication of research concerning the pedagogy, assessment, and philosophy of teaching and learning about the geosciences.

We would like your opinion on the value JGE has in the geoscience community and NAGT, and on your interaction with the journal.

Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements using the scale 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree):

Please indicate which of the following characterize your interaction with the Journal of Geoscience Education. Check all that apply:

Since 2012, the geoscience education community has recognized scholarly contributions to our field through the JGE Outstanding Paper Award**. The award will be given for papers published during the preceding year. If you have read a 2013 paper published in JGE that has had significant impact on your teaching or research, please nominate that paper here:

* If you are interested in serving as a reviewer for JGE, please create or update your AllenTrack (opens in a new window) profile to include your areas of expertise, which are used as search terms by our Associate Editors when they seek potential Reviewers.

**Additional information about the Outstanding Paper Award can be found on the JGE web site (opens in a new window).
In The TrenchesIn the Trenches is a quarterly print and digital publication for members designed to provide a forum for geosciences education dialog targeting educators in the classroom. It provides a venue for contributors to inform NAGT members about their best teaching ideas, resources or other special topics relevant to our profession that do not lend themselves to more research-focused journals. The idea is to provide a more informal outlet for ideas and experiences that can inform the larger community.

Which types of articles in the list below would you like to see in In The Trenches (check all that apply)?

Are there other geoscience topics that you feel need more attention (check all that apply)?