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Geological Sciences Announces 2019 Department Award Winners

Dr. Greg Nadon presents the Maurice and Betty Warner scholarship to Abigail Gentry

Geological Sciences announces its 2019 Departmental Awards recipients: Department Faculty Awards Outstanding Teaching Award: Gregory Nadon Outstanding Research Award:  Alycia Stigall Outstanding Service Award:  Alycia Stigall Undergraduate Student Awards Outstanding Graduating Senior Award: Emily Simpson Sigma Gamma Epsilon W.A. Tarr Award: Jamie Halman Sigma Gamma Epsilon Field Camp Scholarship: Brady […]

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April 29, 2019 at 4:02 pmNews

Geology Alumni Symposium | Megatrends in the Geosciences, March 29, 30

Dave Applegate

The Department of Geological Sciences and the Geological Sciences Alumni Advisory Board present a symposium discussing “Megatrends in Geosciences” on Friday, March 29, and Saturday, March 30. The 2019 Geological Sciences Alumni Symposium is March 29-30, 2019, on the Athens Campus. Registration is free and open to all alumni and […]

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February 2, 2019 at 9:15 amAlumni Events

Geology Students Observe an Impact Crater in Tennessee

Students get their serious caver faces on before crawling through the center of the Flynn Creek impact crater

Students from Dr. Keith Milam’s Planetary Geology class visited the Flynn Creek impact structure to examine the mostly buried, but partially exhumed, 3.8 km diameter crater in north central Tennessee. The students spent much of their time above ground, where they stopped at several locations along the crater rim and were […]

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March 8, 2018 at 2:36 pmIn Class News

Geology Majors Gain Career Insights at Ohio Geologic Survey

Geology Majors Gain Career Insights at Ohio Geologic Survey

by Emily Simpson ’18 Junior Geological Sciences major When Sigma Gamma Epsilon and Geological Sciences students visited the Ohio Division of Geological Survey’s Horace R. Collins Laboratory and Core Library on Jan. 26, they were able to observe geologists analyzing new data on an earthquake that occurred just that morning […]

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February 13, 2018 at 1:59 pmIn Class News