Anita on the Crater of Masya volcano

Anita M. Stone Marshall 

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Anita received a B.S in Earth Science and an M.S. in Geology from the University of Arkansas and her PhD in Geology from the University of South Florida. She has applied her engaging and inclusive approach to geology and earth science instruction at both two-year and four-year institutions and has published research in geoscience education and volcano geophysics. Anita is currently part of a research team on a multi-year NSF-funded GEOPATH project developing new approaches to enabling students with limited mobility to participate in geology field work through the use of technology and collaborative teams. She enjoys applying her skills as a professional photographer and budding videographer to her research, teaching and outreach activities.

As passionate advocate for inclusion of underrepresented groups in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), Anita has been an invited panelist at national geoscience and STEM conferences, a contributor to online resources such as the ADVANCEgeo partnership, and was selected as a 2017 Rising Leader for students with disabilities by the USBLN.