AGI Wallace Fellowship

Applications are open to all women pursuing a Master’s or Doctoral degree in the geosciences. The successful applicant will be a thesis-based, full time student and must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. The Harriet Evelyn Wallace Scholarship is …

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Science Classroom Outreach Opportunity

The National Center for Science Education is launching Scientists in the Classroom, an exciting new program that connects early career scientists with local classrooms! We are looking in particular for graduate students and postdocs who are interested in working with …

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The Feminine Critique

DON’T get angry. But do take charge. Be nice. But not too nice. Speak up. But don’t seem like you talk too much. Never, ever dress sexy. Make sure to inspire your colleagues — unless you work in Norway, in …

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Women in Science

“Today, women are in the mainstream of science and many of the world’s top scientists are women.
In fact, the face of modern science would be unrecognisable without the major contributions made by women, including more than a dozen Nobel …

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The Inquisition of Climate Science

This book is about the politics of climate change denial. James Lawrence Powell comprehensively take on the climate science denial movement and the deniers themselves, exposing their lack of credentials, their extensive industry funding, and their failure to provide any …

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Science: It’s a Girl Thing!

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.…

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Social Networking for Scientists

This wiki is a gathering place for anyone with a passion and interest in science communication and workshop attendees from across the country so that everyone can continue to learn about the topic as well as network with one another.…

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NSF: Early Career Development Program (CAREER)

CAREER: The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration …

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ScienceBlogs

ScienceBlogs is a website that compiles blogs about science and related issues from around the world. Topics covered include the earth sciences as well as other topics such as education, politics and medicine…

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Scientopia Blogs

Scientopia is a collective of people who write about science because they love to do so. It is a community, held together by mutual respect and operated by consensus, in which people can write, educate, discuss, and learn about science …

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StrictlyFishWrap Blog

This blog is led by an ESWN member!

“This blog is fairly free form and aims to help (mostly) graduates students work on their writing and communication skills. We cover anything oceanographic, marine biology/ecology or policy based, looking for submissions …

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SciGirls

SciGirls is a show for kids ages 8-12 that showcases bright, curious real tween girls putting science and engineering to work in their everyday lives. Each half-hour episode follows a different group of middle school girls, whose eagerness to find …

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Steps To Successful Grant Writing

Successful grant proposals are ones in which the project goals and objectives of the grantee and those of the granter are in agreement, and the recipient has convinced the provider that the proposed plan described for bringing about the goals …

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The Health Effects Institute

HEI is a nonprofit corporation chartered in 1980 as an independent research organization to provide high-quality, impartial, and relevant science on the health effects of air pollution.

To accomplish its mission, HEI
• Identifies the highest priority areas for health …

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Rising StarGirls

We encourage girls of all colors and backgrounds to bring their whole selves to the learning, exploration, and discovery of the universe.

By integrating creative strategies such as free writing and theater exercises, we’ve created a new, innovative astronomy curriculum …

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NCAR Advanced Study Program, Faculty Fellowship

PROGRAM GOALS:
-To provide opportunities and resources for faculty employed at universities, with an emphasis on UCAR member universities and academic affiliates and early career faculty, to work in residence at NCAR, and
-To enable NCAR Scientists (Staff, Project, and …

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UCAR Center for Science Education

The UCAR Center for Science Education engages people in the wonder and relevance of science. The Center is comprised of staff with expertise in the atmospheric and related sciences and science education. Major program areas include formal (K-12) education, informal …

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NSPIRES – NASA Research Opportunities

Supporting research in science and technology is an important part of NASA’s overall mission. NASA solicits this research through the release of various research announcements in a wide range of science and technology disciplines. NASA uses a peer review process …

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The Eloquent Woman

Check out “The Eloquent Woman”, a blog focused on “inspiration, ideas and information to help women with public speaking techniques, eloquence and confidence.”

Inspiration, ideas and information to help women build public speaking content, confidence and credibility. Denise Graveline is …

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Science: Becoming the Messenger

Watch the video “Science: Becoming the Messenger” sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation. It outlines a 2012 workshop that involved interactive science communication, writing, and media activities.…

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Yale Project on Communicating Climate Science

The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication:
-Conducts research on public climate knowledge, risk perceptions, decision-making and behavior;
-Designs and tests new strategies to engage the public in climate science and solutions;
-Empowers educators and communicators with the knowledge and …

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Scientific Communication

Nature Education provides dozens of resources to help scientists master communication in and out of the science world.

What information should you include in an abstract, and in what order? How can you get your message across in an oral …

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The Earth Science Jobs Network (ES_Jobs_Net)

The Earth Science Jobs Network (ES_Jobs_Net) is a service provided by ESWN to the broader scientific community. Both men and women are welcome to join ES_Jobs_Net, and individuals can post jobs to the list without joining the list. Please note …

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The GO3 Foundation

In the GO3 Project students at more than 100 schools in 25 countries around the world measure air pollutants and upload their data to a public database for graphing and display on Google Earth. Ground level ozone is measured in …

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Presidential Management Fellowship

Presidential Management Fellows, graduates including those with MS, PhD, JD, etc., receive 2 years of classroom training, work assignments, and developmental assignments related to leadership, management, and policy.

The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program is administered by the U.S. Office …

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Presidential Innovation Fellowship

Presidential Innovation Fellows are private, non-governmental, and academic professionals. They are paired with innovators from the government to develop solutions to national problems.

The Presidential Innovation Fellows (PIF) program brings the principles, values, and practices of the innovation economy into …

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MBA for Scientists

Businesses and government organizations are placing increasing emphasis on technology transfer – moving research out of the lab and into practice. Increasingly, science researchers are participating in technology transfer efforts by starting or joining entrepreneurial ventures, by working for larger …

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What do researchers do?

‘What do researchers do?’ is a series of publications exploring the destinations and career paths of doctoral graduates and how they contribute to society, culture and economy.…

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Pathways to Science

Pathways to Science is a project of the Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP) that supports pathways to the STEM fields. They place particular emphasis on connecting underrepresented groups with STEM programs, funding, mentoring, and resources. Use this website to find …

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.

Based in Washington, D.C., The Chronicle has more than 70 writers, editors, and international correspondents.…

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National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity

The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity is an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community of over 71,000 graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members. We are 100% dedicated to supporting academics in making successful transitions throughout their careers. …

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Professor Destressor

Dr. Susan Robison provides personal and professional coaching.

If you are a college professor or administrator who wants to make a difference while you are making a living … you’ve come to the right place. Educators who live and work …

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UC Santa Cruz Science Communication Program

The UC-Santa Cruz Science Communication Program, a post-graduate program for scientists at all levels, is a year-long science writing program. Through classroom work and diverse internships, graduates of the program learn to communicate science to the public and make a …

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On the Cutting Edge

On the Cutting Edge is a program developed to provide professional development resources for early career faculty in the geosciences. The On the Cutting Edge Professional Development Program for Geoscience Faculty brings together workshops, websites, and research activities to support …

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Tomorrow’s Professor

Access to Tomorrows-Professor eNewlsetter (or you can sign up to receive it in your inbox) with postings twice weekly, usually on Monday and Thursday mornings, Pacific Standard Time. The eNewsletter seeks to foster a diverse, world-wide teaching and learning ecology …

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The Academic Ladder

feeling overwhelmed by all the demands on your time? this website has several resources that you can utilize to “get help with the climb” — including online writing groups as well as group and individual coaching for all career stages.…

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The Dissertation Coach

This company is focused on helping graduate students finish their thesis or dissertation and making graduate school a positive learning experience. Some members have indicated that they have attended seminars presented by Alison Miller, a dissertation and life coach from …

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myIDP

myIDP, or Individual Development Plan, is a tool to help you identify your skills, interests, and values related to science careers. IDP assists in figuring out how to leverage your expertise into a career.

myIDP provides:
– Exercises to help …

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What do researchers do?

‘What do researchers do?’ is a series of publications exploring the destinations and career paths of doctoral graduates and how they contribute to society, culture and economy.

What do researchers do? is designed to help:
– doctoral researchers, research staff …

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The Versatile PhD

The Versatile PhD helps graduate students prepare for and identify non-academic careers. You have the option of joining the free community as well as subscribing to some premium content.…

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NSF Career Life Balance Initiative

NSF started its Career-Life Balance Initiative to provide incentives to institutions that create gender-neutral policies and practices. The goal is to ensure that all personnel can address lifestyle responsibilities. The article is followed by links outlining federal career-life balance policies …

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Writing a solid peer review

Nicolas and Gordon 2011 A quick guide to writing a solid peer review, EOS.
Abstract
Scientific integrity and consensus rely on the peer review process, a defining feature of scientific discourse that subjects the literature forming the foundation of credible …

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NCAR Advanced Studies Program Fellowships

The NCAR Advanced Studies Program offers postdoctoral fellowships, a faculty fellowship program, and a graduate student visitors program. From the webpage: “The ASP mission, broadly defined, is to help NCAR and the scientific communities it serves prepare for the future. …

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National Academies Research Associateship Program

From the webpage: “The mission of the NRC Research Associateship Programs (RAP) is to promote excellence in scientific and technological research conducted by the U. S. government through the administration of programs offering graduate, postdoctoral, and senior level research opportunities …

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