Several faculty and students recently attended the North-Central/South-Central Joint meeting of the Geological Society of America (GSA).
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Two CNAS students presented at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting held in Denver, Colorado Sept. 24-28. Each student presented a poster on their research and had the opportunity to listen to lectures by experts in the field and
Vanna Carr, a graduate student studying geospatial science and environmental geology, was honored by Geological Society of America (GAS). Carr’s poster, “Origin of Clastic Dykes in Southwest Missouri,” was selected as among the best of the Graduate Student Poster Presentations from the 2016 North Central Section of GAS and received an Honorable Mention. Carr was awarded a $100 […]
Geology student Wes Weisberg earned a national award from the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG). Weisburg is one of 12 in the nation to receive the honor. The President of the Missouri Chapter of AIPG presented the award to Weisburg, which included a $1,000 scholarship.
Several geospatial sciences graduate students and faculty from the geography, geology and planning department at Missouri State University presented posters at the annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers.
Several faculty and staff members in the College of Natural and Applied Science at Missouri State University will be presenting at the Missouri Master Naturalist Advanced Training May 1-3.
Recently, the Missouri State University geography, geology and planning (GGP) department received several honors.
Summer is not a time of rest for most faculty members. Instead, it’s often a time for research.
Cultural and regional geography student Nicole Noonan enjoys engaging with the community– particularly through her passion for gardening.
Back in the 1920s and 30s, a 120-mile pack trail became one of the most traveled paths in Yellowstone National Park. Unfortunately, in 1970, maintenance of the hiking trail was discontinued, and local ecosystem is being allowed to reclaim the area. Now, Dr. Judith Meyer, associate professor of geography at Missouri State University, and her project partner and husband Dr. Bob Pavlowsky, professor of geography and director of the Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute, are going back to this historic trail to map it digitally and to photograph it as it stands today.