Many institutions do not have guidelines surrounding toilet stops on field trips, and the topic is rarely discussed. This document is intended to educate staff and students about toilet stops and menstruation in the field. This document also contains a …Read More
An article by ESWN member Tracey Holloway on how to dress your best when communicating science to the public, in a conference or on TV…Read More
A video that focuses on the talent and commitment of Dartmouth College scientists. It shows them at work in Greenland and comunicates a passion for scientific research to girls and young women who are considering a career in science.…Read More
AGU administers programs to provide travel and research support for student and early-career Earth and space scientists.…Read More
Multiple opportunities with NOAA for undergraduate students.
The Student Opportunities website is designed to provide information about educational opportunities that are available throughout NOAA. Information on scholarships, internships and fellowships including a brief description of each program; application deadline; award …
The scope of this article is to illuminate the relationship between degree of international contact and research performance among researchers in small countries. Comparisons are done between the natural, medical and social sciences, technology and the humanities. Three indicators on …Read More
Foundation for education exchange between Canada and the United States of America…Read More
The Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future Program supports outstanding women from developing countries in their pursuit of advanced Graduate Studies in STEM at leading universities worldwide.
The program also has an extended mission to encourage community building through in-person …Read More
The Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG) offers travel awards for students presenting at conferences. The AWG Takken Student Research Presentation Travel Award currently has funding.…Read More