EarthScope National Meeting
We will see you in Anchorage from May 15–18 for the final EarthScope National Meeting! Join us for workshops, field trips, special sessions on main EarthScope themes and findings, as well as an Alaska-focused session, announcement of the VESS winners, and more! Read the full agenda here.
New Round of Speaker Series for 2017-2018
Apply by June 30, 2017 if you are interested in hosting a speaker.
Information and an application form are on our Speaker Series website: http://www.earthscope.org/education/speaker_series
Calls for Outreach Contributions
Summer Field Work on Social Media
Are you doing interesting summer field work? Send us a photo so we can feature it on social media, or tag us directly Facebook: facebook.com/EarthScope Tag:@EarthScope \ Twitter: twitter.com/EarthScopeInfo Tag: @ \ Instagram: instagram.com/earthscopeinfo/ Tag:@earthscopeinfo
To all scientists using EarthScope data for an EarthScope-funded project:
The EarthScope National Office is highlighting the scientific achievements of the EarthScope program. We intend the compilation, Science Nuggets, to include catchy, short, non-technical and visually pleasing one-page highlights of your research results.
Please submit yours soon: http://www.earthscope.org/research/science_nuggets
2017-2018 Synthesis Workshops
Information on each synthesis workshop and an application form to attend are located on the information page(s) for the following planned workshops:
(Application deadline: January 19, 2018 by 11:59 PM AKST)
(Application deadline: August 4, 2017 by 11:59 PM AKST)
Online interactive field trip to the Mendocino Triple Junction (MTJ)
The MTJ Synthesis Workshop was the first in a series of workshops supported by the EarthScope National Office between 2016 and 2018. This workshop included a field excursion to key sites in the region. Check it out at: http://www.earthscope.org/research/synthesis_workshops/mtjo
Humans of EarthScope
Another product of the synthesis workshops is inspired by the Humans of New York (HoNY) project. Humans of EarthScope explores the who, what, where, when, why, and how of being an earth scientist. This new series profiles researchers who use EarthScope data, putting faces to the personal stories that inspired them. We are seeking to inspire educators and their students with stories that call us to the profession. If you would like to participate, please contact the office (firstname.lastname@example.org).