NSF River Morphology Information System (RIMORPHIS)
RIMORPHIS is a multi-institutional collaborative project funded by the NSF EAR-Geoinformatics program to develop an open access web platform for enabling river morphology research. Sign up for the group's annual workshop by April 30 to get updates on the platform and provide feedback.
GBIF community webinar: Diversifying the GBIF data model
Global Biodiversity Information Facility is dedicated to free and open access to biodiversity data. Join the webinar on April 12 at 10 a.m. EDT to discuss a a unified common model capable of supporting expanded data-publishing capabilities, as well as potential directions for evolving the Darwin Core standard. The presentation will begin with a screening of a 15-minute presentation on the emerging data model.
Earth Data Analytics Certificate – University of Colorado, Boulder
The Earth Data Analytics professional certificate is designed to provide recent graduates, experienced earth science professionals, and career changers with the core skills required to launch or advance their careers in computationally-intensive earth sciences.
Eddy Cross Disciplinary Symposium: Sun, Earth, Planet, Space, Atmosphere and Ocean
“Why Grand Challenges in Solar Terrestrial Physics Require Open Science?” is the focus of this NASA-UCAR conference happening June 6-10, 2022 in Vail, CO. The purpose is to convene diverse, global experts in geosciences, astrophysics, data science, and helio-physics to explore challenges in Big Data, open science, and social impacts.
Women in STEM Leadership Program: Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science
Diverse voices and backgrounds strengthen scientific research and discovery.
This exclusive, funded program is designed for STEM professionals eager to become agents of change to help shift the culture in their fields.