A storm rolling in over the Amazon River on the last day of river surveys near Tefé, Brazil.
Ali, H., Sheffield, S. L., Bauer, J. E., Caballero-Gill, R. P., Gasparini, N. M., Libarkin, J., Gonzales, K. K., Willenbring, J., Amir-Lin, E., Cisneros, J., Desai, D., Erwin, M., Gallant, E., Jeannelle Gomez, K., Keisling, B. A., Mahon, R., Marín-Spiotta, R., Welcome, L., Schneider, B. To read the rest of this paper follow this linkContinue reading “An actionable anti-racism plan for geoscience organizations”
A framework for addressing the lack of diversity in the Geosciences through evaluating the current structure of institutional efforts
Aída Guhlincozzi & Julia Cisneros To read the rest of this paper follow the link to GeoJournal: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10708-021-10418-1
This is video was initially created by Julia Cisneros for GeoLatinas members on how to start applying for a postdoc. Topic includes: 1. what is a postdoc? 2. Questions to ask yourself to determine if you want a postdoc. 3. Different types of postdocs. 4. How to find a postdoc position. 5. A timeline onContinue reading “How to find a postdoc”
The other day I saw this preprint (http://doi.org/10.31223/X5BG70) on my Twitter that highlights the extreme financial barriers to being a field geoscientist. This paper and the various Twitter threads from the authors made me recall my own experience. I am a geologist. I have a B.S. from Texas A&M University and am currently a PhDContinue reading “Tips for getting outdoor gear on a budget”
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