Earth Science Women's Network

We are a grassroots, non-profit, member driven organization. Our mission is to build a resilient community that lifts all scientists and moves the geosciences forward.

"You can waste your lives drawing lines. Or you can live your life crossing them."

Shonda Rhimes

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Ask-Me-Anything Allyship

15 Jun 2021

We are would like to hear from you about what questions you have about Allyship for our upcoming ESWN Ask-Me-Anything event. Please fill out the survey HERE. AMA on Allyship Date: July 22, 2021 Time: 9-10:30am PST (1600-1730 UTC) Registration coming soon! Loading…  

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Welcome to Our New ESWN Leaders

01 Jun 2021

Welcome to our new ESWN Leaders joining the Board of Directors and Associate Board of Directors! Silvia Newell – Secretary Molly Paul – Development and Stewardship Langley DeWitt – Member Engagement Mimi Hughes – Member Engagement Mayra Oyola – Partnerships Anne Kellerman – Partnerships Karin Ardon-Dryer – Member Events Rehemat Bhatia – Member Events

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Call for ESWN Volunteers

01 Jun 2021

We are looking for some enthusiastic volunteers for our new (and ongoing) ESWN committees! We have several new leaders for ESWN, so we are now recruiting for volunteers to join these committees. APPLY HERE Application deadline is June 15th. Committees generally meet once a month and you can volunteer as little as an hour or…

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Open Source Software Workshop

11 May 2021
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Statement on Anti-Asian Violence

22 Mar 2021

We want to recognize and offer our sincere support to Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities who are hurting from continued discrimination and a prevalence of violence and anti-Asian hate that is reflected in the recent murders of eight individuals, including six Asian women, in Georgia on March 16, 2021. These events have…

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