Making Geology Education More Inclusive

McMicken College of Arts and Sciences reports that the traditional geology curriculum has always presented severe problems of access to students with various disabilities. Physical impairment limits access to field outcrops, and visual impairment limits the use of the optical microscope for observing rocks in thin section. Ivan Carabajal, the first ever master’s student in geoscience education at the University of Cincinnati, is trying to change that.

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