The STEMSEAS program is partnering with historically Black colleges and universities to brainstorm new ideas and networks for increasing diversity in the geosciences and providing opportunities for undergraduate students.
New York City’s resilience and great economic strength are directly derived from its diverse people and communities.
An Asian environmentalist shares reflections on diversity and inclusion in higher education.
|March 16, 2022
The Earth Institute and the Climate School are undertaking important and critical work on diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-bias across our education programs — from the undergraduate level to the PhD level.
|November 8, 2021
In the Next Generation of Hudson River Educators program, students learned what community members think about the Hudson and developed tools to share their own findings.
As we build a new school, we have a unique opportunity to cultivate a diverse, equitable and inclusive community. Here’s how we plan to do that.
|October 25, 2021
Interviews provide an emotional and thoughtful connection to others through discussing and sharing over topics that they might never have a chance to discuss otherwise.
When it comes to access to nature and environmental protection of these resources, environmental resources are all too often not allocated equitably.
Pilot project aims to build diversity, equity, and inclusion in the geosciences via a unique ship-based professional development model.
The undergraduate student/blogger/activist shares her thoughts on the changing role of social justice within the climate movement.
|November 18, 2020