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Exciting & Free Events, Join us on November 11!

Join the Buzz in Science Hall We hope you will join us for part—or all—of the day. If you have questions, please feel free to…

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Marín-Spiotta & Mason receive $776,800 National Science Foundation award

Professors Erika Marín-Spiotta and Joe Mason were awarded a $776,800 National Science Foundation award to study the potential for carbon in buried soils, or paleosols, to…

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Storm Chasing and State Mapping: a Glimpse into the Mind of Student Chris Scheele

What degrees do you have already? I received my B.S. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences with a Certificate

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Sand Sculpting and Guitar String Stroking: a Glimpse into the Mind of Student Ross Thorn

What are you studying? I am currently studying GIS/Cartography. I’m working on a project in which we are trying to figure out the best way…

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Green receives Fulbright Fellowship

Ph.D. candidate Nathan Green received a Fulbright U.S. Student Award which he will use in conjunction with a Center for Khmer Studies Ph.D. Fellowship for his upcoming dissertation field…

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May Graduate Student Defense Talks

Join us in support of the following students as they present their final degree talks over the next 2 weeks. Monday, May 2:  Zidong Zhang (MS-Cart/Geog) 2:30pm, Hartshorne Room,…

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2016 Undergraduate Research Symposium – April 14th

You are invited to attend the 2016 Undergraduate Symposium on Thursday, April 14 at Union South. Show your support for undergraduates as they showcase their creativity,…

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Sand dunes are important desert dust sources

by SCIENCE CHINA PRESS Dust storms are a common occurrence in the deserts of northern China and previous researchers have attempted to locate the most important…

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Gibbs awarded two NORAD grants

Professor Holly Gibbs was awarded two grants from the Government of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative (NORAD). The first grant “The Zero-Deforestation Revolution: Breaking the…

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New research initiative strengthens indigenous voices

Professor Ian Baird recently announced a new research initiative, Tracking Change, which received CAN$2.5 million in support from the government of Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities…

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