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Solmaz Mohadjer

Solmaz Mohadjer is an Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Central Asia. She investigates how mountain hazards are linked to mountain building processes, continental deformation rates and erosion. She is also the founder of the ParsQuake Project, an outreach initiative that brings geohazard education to school communities worldwide. You can reach Solmaz via email: solmaz.mohadjer@gmail.com. For more details, please visit Solmaz's personal webpage (https://solmazmohadjer.com/).

Introducing INTEGRATE: a complete higher-education teaching package for climate science

Introducing INTEGRATE: a complete higher-education teaching package for climate science

If you are a higher-education instructor and want to teach climate science and a suite of relevant technical skills to those with no (or minimal) prior knowledge of climatology, you may want to begin with INTEGRATE (Integrated Teaching of Atmospheric Science, Technical Skills and Empirical Methods). This teaching package is self-contained, open-access, and available online. Topics covered include ...[Read More]

EGU Teacher-Scientist Pairing Scheme: supporting geoscience education in schools

EGU Teacher-Scientist Pairing Scheme: supporting geoscience education in schools

For the vEGU21 General Assembly, the EGU Education & Outreach Committees tried something new. They connected school teacher, Hélder Pereira, with seismologist, Susana Custódio, to create and teach a lesson plan on a topic relevant to Hélder’s classroom curriculum: the origin of the South American volcanic gaps. The lesson was live streamed online from Hélder’s class in Algarve, Por ...[Read More]