AGU Bridge Partner Proposals Due October 1

AGU Bridge ProgramThe Bridge Program increases opportunities for students from historically marginalized populations to obtain graduate degrees and create a network of peers, mentors, and advisers to support and serve them before, during, and after grad school. The program is open to those who have not applied to graduate school or those who applied and were not accepted.

As part of the Inclusive Graduate Education Network (IGEN), the Bridge Program defined standards for recruiting, admitting, and retaining students to develop, adopt and share the best inclusive practices. AGU works as a community with this national network to provide opportunities for students and participating institutions. Download the flyer and learn more.

The AGU Bridge Program is an asset to institutions seeking to increase diversity in their departments and the larger geosciences community. By working together, we can create a more welcoming environment in the Earth and space sciences for everyone. With the addition of the 2021 partner cohort, the AGU Bridge Program now has a total of 46 partner departments.

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