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ENCOURAGING STUDENTS – ENGAGING THE PUBLIC – INFORMING TEACHERS and Faculty
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The IRIS Education and Outreach Program brings the
excitement of seismology and the Earth sciences to the
public and the classroom and helps prepare the next
generation of practicing Earth scientists. The Active Earth
Display (middle) is an interactive kiosk used in museums,
parks, and universities to display real-time earthquake
activity and waveforms and demonstrate basic Earth
science concepts.
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The IRIS Summer Intern Program conducts an orientation
program at New Mexico Tech (left) and matches undergraduates
with university PIs across the country to participate
in research. Resources for the public and the classroom
teacher (right) include maps, brochures, posters, explanatory
notes, and extensive materials available on the web.</p>

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