Topics of the June 2012 issue:

– Upcoming instructional workshops for faculty and teaching assistants.
– Conference symposia to promote access and inclusion.
– New IAGD partnerships.
– IAGD Community development.
– Promoting the IAGD.

June 2012 IAGD Newsletter: IAGD community development

4. IAGD community development Development of the IAGD Website is ongoing. Go have a look! www.TheIAGD.org. We have an active “news” page (http://www.theiagd.org/category/recentnews/) as well as advice for students on our “community” page (http://www.theiagd.org/student-support/). If you have something you’d like to add (i.e. student resources or information on current...

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June 2012 IAGD Newsletter: New IAGD partnerships:

3. New IAGD partnerships: Collaboration and partnerships being the support of innovative initiates, we are always looking for new collaborative opportunities. For more information regarding partnership opportunities, please contact us at [email protected] IUGS/COGE – A new collaborative effort between the IAGD and the International Union for Geological Sciences Commission...

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June 2012 IAGD Newsletter: Conference symposia to promote access and inclusion:

2. Conference symposia to promote access and inclusion: • International Geoscience Congress, August 5-10, 2012, Brisbane, Australia Symposium: 1.2 Geoscience education Presentation title: The International Advisory for Geoscience Diversity (IAGD): Advancing access and inclusion to the geosciences for students with disabilities. Author: Chris Atchison, Georgia State University • Geological...

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June 2012 IAGD Newsletter: Upcoming instructional workshops on access and inclusion for faculty and teaching assistants:

1. Upcoming instructional workshops on access and inclusion for faculty and teaching assistants: Participants of these short courses will learn the principles of universal design and apply these principles to their own lessons, labs, and field trips in order to accommodate students with a variety of physical disabilities. The...

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