Happy Earth Day! We celebrate Earth Day every April 22nd since the first celebration back in 1970, the birth of the modern environmental movement.
It’s time to plan a visit to your national parks during National Park Week, which occurs April 17 to 25.
While the educational value of STEAM programs is widely recognized, the lack of curriculum standardization makes it especially difficult for those teaching STEAM. Learn about resources to help teachers stay up-to-date with changing technology, how to retrain kids that failing is an important part of learning, and why STEAM programs must be widely integrated in all grade levels.
March 31 is César Chávez Day, a holiday celebrating the birth and legacy of the Mexican-American civil rights and labor movement leader.
After she graduated with a Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences and meteorology, Dr. Jamese Sims found that she was often the only woman, the only Black person, and also the youngest person in the room. Learn what strategies she used to pursue her dream science career.
How does gender equality relate to planetary sustainability? Advancing gender equality is critical to our progress in achieving sustainable development.
Planetary sustainability is an interdisciplinary endeavor with local, global and space implications.
Meteorology is an ever-changing field that affects so many areas of life. In this episode, learn why everyone should have a better understanding of atmospheric science and also learn tips about talking about issues like climate change.