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Call to join the Geoscience Faculty Teaching Practices Survey Research Group
Posted: Jun 7 2017
The National Geoscience Faculty Teaching Practices Survey seeks five new members to join a research team engaged in understanding teaching practices in the geosciences, spanning a broad range of interests— Application deadline is June 26.
2017 Geo2YC Officer Elections
Posted: May 30 2017
It is time to vote for Geo2YC: Two-Year College Division of NAGT. The ballot includes President, Vice President, Newsletter Editor, and Archivist. Voting begins on May 30 and ends on July 1, 2017.
2017 GER Officer Elections
Posted: May 30 2017
It is time to vote for officers of the Geoscience Education Research Division of NAGT. The ballot includes President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. Voting begins on May 30 and ends on July 1, 2017.
2017 National Officer Elections
Posted: May 30 2017
It is time to vote for National Officers of NAGT. The ballot includes Vice President and three Councilors-at-Large. Voting begins on May 30 and ends on July 1, 2017.
2017 TED Officer Elections
Posted: May 30 2017
It is time to vote for officers for the Teacher Education Division of NAGT. The ballot includes President, Past President, Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer, and Media Director. The voting begins on May 30 and ends on July 1, 2017.
Submit Your Favorite Teaching Activity to Teach the Earth
Posted: May 11 2017

Have you developed your own activity that works well in your classroom or in the field? NAGT is actively soliciting community members to submit teaching activities for our online education portal Teach the Earth. Activities are welcome at any time.

Announcing NAGT's Serving our Communities Initiative
Posted: May 11 2017
From local communities to international efforts, education and geoscience both play important roles in our society. The Serving Our Communities initiative celebrates the ways that geoscience educators and students are engaging with local, national and global communities.
InTeGrate Announces the Publication of a New Materials
Posted: May 4 2017
InTeGrate is developing a new breed of teaching materials that can be utilized in general education courses, teacher preparation courses, core courses within geoscience majors, and courses designed for other majors including environmental studies, social science, engineering, and other sciences. Check out our newly published materials: Water: Science, and Society, Changing Biosphere, Critical Zone Science and Regulating Carbon Emissions
SAGE Musings: the SAGE 2YC Project Blog
Posted: May 3 2017
The SAGE 2YC project (Supporting and Advancing Geoscience Education in Two-Year Colleges: Faculty as Change Agents) has launched a blog, SAGE Musings. The bi-weekly blog posts address topics related to supporting students' academic success, facilitating students' professional pathways in the geosciences, broadening participation in the geosciences, and catalyzing change.
Sexual Harassment in the Sciences: A Call to Geoscience Faculty and Researchers to Respond
Posted: Nov 15 2016
Thank you to NAGT members Kristen St. John, Eric Riggs, and Dave Mogk on writing the recent JGE editorial Sexual Harassment in the Sciences: A Call to Geoscience Faculty and Researchers to Respond based on the goals of the (NSF)-funded workshop: Sexual Harassment in the Sciences - A Call to Respond. The authors share their reflections on points from the workshop and results from recent studies that particularly resonated and have implications for geoscience education and geoscience education researchers.
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