Geoscience Currents #71: U.S. Female Geoscience Degree Rates in Atmospheric Science, Geography, Geoscience and Ocean Science, 2000-2012

Geoscience Currents #71: U.S. Female Geoscience Degree Rates in Atmospheric Science, Geography, Geoscience and Ocean Science, 2000-2012

Decreases in female enrollments and awarded degrees in the geosciences were
reported recently. This led to an investigation of the rates of awarded degrees
to females in different geoscience fields–atmospheric science, geography,
geoscience/geology, and ocean science. Thanks to data collected by the
Association of American Geographers and the Consortium for Ocean Leadership,
this Currents compares the rates of conferred degrees to females in these four
different fields from 2000-2012.

For more information, see Currents #71.
http://www.agiweb.org/workforce/currents.html

Geoscience Currents are quick snapshots of data pertaining to all aspects of the
geosciences, including trends in geoscience academic programs and students,
funding of geoscience research, employment and salary information, and many
other topics that support geoscience professionals and students in their career
and academic endeavors. Geoscience Currents represent data collaborations with
other societies, employers, and professionals. Topics for these short reports
are often inspired by inquries from the geoscience community.

If you have research related to any of the topics listed above that you would
like to share with the geoscience community, please contact us about guest
authoring a Geoscience Currents.

Regards,
AGI Workforce Program
workforce

Currents-071-GenderByGeoscienceFields.pdf

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