Geosciences News


Graduate Student Andrea Stevens' Research in Argentinian News

An article graduate student Andrea Stevens' research in Argentina appeared in the local news there. Led on mules by a local guide, Andrea and the research team collected samples of rocks in the Sierra de Velasco. The aim of the research is to determine how and... Read more

Jessica Tierney Wins Organic Geochemistry Award

Jessica Tierney received the Pieter Schenck Award from the European Association of Organic Geochemists at the International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry in Prague. Read more

Joellen Russell: Classroom Innovator

This fall, Professor Joellen Russell's oceanography class packs the 600-seat auditorium at the new Environment & Natural Resources Phase 2 building — and has an additional 200 students online. http://uanews.org/videos/classroom-innovator-joellen-russell?utm_source=uanow&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=biweekly-uanow

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Geosciences Launches Recruitment, Retention and Internship Program for 2-Year-College Transfer Students

GeoPathways, a new partnership between UA Geosciences and Pima Community College, will recruit, mentor and provide paid internships for transfer students from AZ two-year colleges. The initiative intends to improve the academic performance, time to graduation and job prospects of geosciences transfer students. (Photo by Bailey Bellavance.)... Read more

Karl Flessa and Colorado River Project Featured in Edible Baja Arizona

Professor Karl Flessa and the Colorado River pulse flow are featured in the July/August 2015 Edible Baja Arizona (see page 96). Read more

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