Transform culture, shift power, and authentically engage underserved communities in earth and environmental sciences through research experience, professional development and community building.
INSPIRE Bridge Scholars will have the opportunity to work with faculty and researcher mentors that span a wide range of geoscience and climate science disciplines.
The two-year INSPIRE Visitng Fellows Program has the goal of co-developing research projects led by the early-career Visiting Fellows at their home institutions.
The INSPIRE Community Program, led by City Tech, provides community-focused geoscience research experiences for High School students within New York City.
High School Teachers from the NYC area participate in the INSPIRE summer program and engage in professional development activities focused on geoscience curriculum development throughout the academic year.
Researchers at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University serve as mentors for Bridge to PhD Scholars collaborators for Visiting Fellows, and guest speakers for High Schoolers.
Explore more about the INSPIRE Community, the diverse perspectives it weaves together, and the impact we are having.
High School Teachers develop geoscience-focused curriculum as part of the INSPIRE Community Program - further connecting INSPIRE to NYC communities and students
Evidence-based interventions to empower participants against belonging uncertainty and social identity threat to maximize the impact of INSPIRE's research and education ecosystem.
INSPIRE is a partnership between scientists at
Funded by the National Science Foundation as an implementation grant through the Cultural Transformation in the Geoscience Community Program.