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NABG Organization
The National Association of Black Geoscientists is a nonprofit organization established to encourage and support geoscientists especially minorities
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Folarin Kolawole Sep 20
We need more professors like you! Thankful for scientists like you and for being proactive in increasing diversity within your research groups!!
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MoneyMattersWithNimi Sep 15
Replying to @MMWithNimi
“...Creating an environment that gives the opportunity and allows you to take advantage of that opportunity - (the right people, grants, space to work out of, connections etc) once opportunity is there you can then decide what to do with it.”
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MoneyMattersWithNimi Sep 15
Replying to @MMWithNimi
Here is a great interview where he talks about his journey and the importance of opportunity.
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Marianna Linz Sep 20
Replying to @clim_dynamicist
If you are interested in pursuing a PhD or postdoc on large-scale fluid dynamics and transport process and how these influence climate, please get in touch! My contact information and publications are on my website ().
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Marianna Linz Sep 20
Replying to @sacnas @NABGSocial
I am excited to support diverse scientists both within my own group, within these departments, and beyond. I have budgeted additional funds for travel to and conferences, for example, and I welcome your suggestions on how I can best support you.
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Folarin Kolawole Sep 20
Silas, please build a robot that can help me locate buried active faults while I'm on the field... Pleaseeeeee!! 😣
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Folarin Kolawole Sep 20
This right here 👇🏿 is why in STEM disciplines important... we will never find the next 'Einstein' if we are not proactive about including minority groups. Creativity and talent has nothing do with racial origin or ethnicity!!
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Dr Clara Rodríguez Sep 18
Replying to @claraexplores
Here are the links with the Abstract and for registration for Oct 2nd or Oct 3rd: North Tech Breakfast: Salt Dissolution: Implications for exploration and seismic imaging - Oct 2nd Oct 3rd
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Center for Diverse Leadership in Science Sep 10
We explored point bars, cut banks and sediment flow on our field trip to Panther & Sprinf Creek at the Montgomery County Preserve!
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Ford Foundation Sep 11
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Erika Marín-Spiotta Sep 11
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Nikita L. La Cruz Sep 11
This is THE conversation that we were having at the forum. Thanks for your honesty dr ! Keep on fighting the good fight, keep on shining your light and inspiring us.
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Maitri Erwin Sep 6
I’m building a roster of women geophysicists working in seismic inversion. Stand up and be counted. Please retweet.
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lwelcome Sep 7
What a week! Man I feel so energized and ready to kick scientific butt
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lwelcome Sep 8
Replying to @maitri
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UMass SES Sep 7
Congratulations Marsha Allen from the Department of Geosciences for receiving a 2018 National Association of Black Geoscientists Scholarship!
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Raquel Bryant Sep 8
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Center for Diverse Leadership in Science Sep 6
“In science, curiosity may actually save the cat. Let’s get more curious.” Chris Adesola Samarinde ’s conference today!
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Hendratta Ali Sep 8
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Maitri Erwin Sep 8
All of us at the NABG Women Of Color In The Geosciences forum. (Well, most of us, took the picture.) What a wonderful, powerful group of women with bright futures ahead. Let’s go get ‘em!
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