SCEC Highlights and News

Archive of SCEC highlights and news articles that may be of interest to the SCEC community.

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10/14/2020
2021 SCEC Science Plan Announced, Proposals Due November 16
SCEC supports research and education in seismology, tectonic geodesy, earthquake geology, computational science, and man...
10/13/2020
ShakeOut 2020: Staying Safe When the Ground Starts to Rumble (USGS)
U.S. Geological Survey scientists have determined that nearly half of Americans are exposed to potentially dam...
USGS
10/13/2020
SCEC October 2020 Newsletter
Includes articles about the SCEC-led Great ShakeOut Drills and other CEO activities, SCEC2020 and other recent...
10/12/2020
From the Director: SCEC Thriving During Challenging Times
Dear SCEC Community, September was the National Preparedness Month, when communities were reminded of the importance ...
10/12/2020
Undergraduate Research and Mentoring Opportunities During the Pandemic and Beyond
SCEC’s Internships provide meaningful research experiences and resources for undergraduate students to broaden partici...
10/12/2020
Earthquake Country Alliance Goes Virtual to Continue Preparedness and Mitigation Activities in 2020
ECA's four regional alliances span the most active earthquake regions of the state. Jo...
10/12/2020
SCEC Provides Online Options for 2020 ShakeOut Participation
SCEC's Communication, Education, and Outreach program has coordinated Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills since 2008, in pa...
10/11/2020
Michele Cooke Receives Award for Inclusive Geoscience Teaching
The International Association for Geoscience Diversity recently named Dr. Michele Cooke (UMass Amherst) as the reci...
10/11/2020
SCEC2020: A new platform for science collaboration
The annual meeting is critical to SCEC’s mission. But the year is 2020. Travel is restricted, and everyone is socially...
10/09/2020
California Edges Closer To The Big One
No one can predict with certainty when the next massive earthquake— aka “The Big One”—will rock Southern Califor...
Forbes