Upcoming Talks

Heather Page

Sea Education Association, United States

August 23, 2022

See the Sea: Inclusion and Accessibility for At-Sea Education and Research Experiences

Increasing diversity in the geosciences requires building accessible, inclusive environments where everyone feels a sense of belonging. Experiential learning can have positive, transformative impacts on young people’s sense of belonging within STEM fields. Therefore, how can support inclusion and accessibility for at-sea education and research experiences? This talk explores this question through personal experiences as a deaf scientist and educator at Sea Education Association (SEA).

William Gearty

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States

August 30, 2022

TBD

Katherine Hayes

University of Colorado, Denver, United States

September 6, 2022

TBD

Shannon Hsieh

Jagiellonian University, Poland

September 13, 2022

TBD

TBD

TBD

September 20, 2022

TBD

Rachel Lupien

Aarhus University, Denmark

September 27, 2022

TBD

Tebogo Makhubela

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

October 4, 2022

TBD

Ronnakrit Rattanasriampaipong

Texas A&M University, USA

October 11, 2022

TBD

Enquye Negash

George Washington University, USA

October 18, 2022

TBD

Camilla Souto

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, USA

October 25, 2022

TBD

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