In case you blinked, here’s a review of the 2-day, action-packed, breakneck-paced, 1st ever National CSC Student and Early Career Training

Facebook Twitter  NOV 8, 2016     ANDREW BATTLES Last week, I attended the National CSC Student and Early Career Training held at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and left feeling inspired, empowered, and with many new friends. From November 2-3rd, students, postdocs, and professionals from the Department of the Interior’s National Climate Science Centers came together to … Continue reading In case you blinked, here’s a review of the 2-day, action-packed, breakneck-paced, 1st ever National CSC Student and Early Career Training

The First Ever National CSC Student and Early Career Training

OCT 24, 2016     MICHELLE STAUDINGER In early November, the Northeast Climate Science Center will host the first ever National CSC Student and Early Career Training at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. This 2-day training, made possible with support from the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center and the eight CSC’s, will bring together CSC-associated students, post-docs and … Continue reading The First Ever National CSC Student and Early Career Training

Communicating your research – A mental obstacle course

AUG 29, 2016     TONI LYN MORELLI I recently had an experience that felt like the mental equivalent of a hot, muddy, exhausting, physically scarring, and obstacle-filled endurance Bone Frog Challenge race that I ran a couple years ago. Only this time I was comfortably seated in an auditorium. Toni Lyn with Paula Poundstone. I was at … Continue reading Communicating your research – A mental obstacle course

ESA 100 Preview: Climate Change

AUG 3, 2015     LINDSEY THURMAN The Ecological Society of America is having its 100th Anniversary Conference August 9-14 in Baltimore. The organizers of this year’s centennial meeting have challenged us to put together talks and symposia that celebrate 100 years of advancements in ecological research and peer into the future of 21st Century challenges. This has … Continue reading ESA 100 Preview: Climate Change

Southeast Climate Science Center’s New Course on Climate Science

 JUL 27, 2015     ADAM DALE Photo: Adam Dale This morning I’m sitting on my porch with my computer in my lap, sipping coffee from my Star Trek mug and enjoying the beautiful morning sky. I’m staring out over a temperate deciduous forest surrounding a beautiful lake, all beneath patches of clouds, the blue sky, and a … Continue reading Southeast Climate Science Center’s New Course on Climate Science

Uintas Pika Watch or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Middle Schoolers

A pika in its natural habitat. Photo: Johanna Varner  JUL 16, 2015     JOHANNA VARNER A decade ago, I would have NEVER have believed that I would write the following words, but here they are: I love working with 7th graders! My twenty-something self would have further cringed at the idea of leading dozens of boisterous middle schoolers … Continue reading Uintas Pika Watch or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Middle Schoolers

Making Sense of Americans’ Opinions About Climate Change

 JUL 7, 2015     ZACHARY SCHUSTER Source: Yale Project on Climate Change Communication The folks who did the renowned "Six Americas" study are back with more interesting data on opinions toward climate change and climate change adaptation. The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication has recently published a paper that breaks down opinions about climate change in … Continue reading Making Sense of Americans’ Opinions About Climate Change