Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity-Differences of members of the JSG community including but not limited to race, ethnicity, nationality, citizenship, religious expression, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, physical ability, veteran status, and age.
Inclusion-Welcoming, including, involving, supporting and accepting community members and their differences.
JSG Diversity and Inclusion Statement
The faculty, research scientists, students, and staff of the Jackson School welcome the strengths of each of our differences. Our embracing of each other’s differences defines our humanity. Everyone is welcome and everyone is safe in our offices, laboratories, field experiences, and social settings. We will advance the understanding of Earth as a system, its resources, and environment, for the lasting benefit of equitable quality of life improvements for humankind.
This geosciences graduate school preview is designed to encourage US citizens and permanent residents traditionally underrepresented in the geosciences to apply to train with JSG faculty and research scientists whose research agendas are of interest to the students.Read More
The research traineeship experience (RTX) at the JSG prepares undergraduate students from groups underrepresented in STEM with geo-computational skills for graduate school . The summer 2020 RTX will be a remote with the theme Geo-VISION: Geosciences Visualization, Imaging and Simulation in Online Networks.Read More
The visiting Future Faculty and Research Scientists initiative establishes the Jackson School of Geosciences as a leader in promoting the careers of future faculty and research scientists. Over two days, doctoral candidates and new PhDs meet with potential future research collaborators, present a technical talk, and visit a JSG partner high school.Read More