A description of each of the GGP scholarships and a description of each of the CNAS scholarships are provided in the links. Bekah Davis, a Senior studying Geography, receives the CNAS Dr. John H. Keiser Endowed Scholarship in Public Affairs and Environmental Studies and the GGP Milton D. Rafferty Scholarship. Robin Hanley, a Senior studying Geography, receives the GGP … [Read more...] about Congratulations to GGP scholarship recipients for 2021
Please welcome Dr. Durham, Assistant Professor of Housing and Community Development, and the Director of the Georgia Initiative for Community Housing. He is visiting us from the Athens, GA, The University of Georgia campus. His research is centered around housing and community development, residential inequality, and housing policy. His presentation will focus on the long-term … [Read more...] about GGP Seminar: Friday – September 10 in Temple 002
Dr.Jerin, is a Physical Geographer whose research interests include fluvial geomorphology, the dynamics of fluvio-karst landscape and biogeomorphology, including complex fluvial landscape dynamics in spatial scale related to riparian biodiversity. During the Fall '21 semester she will be teaching GRY 142, Introductory Physical Geography, and working closely with Dr. Robert … [Read more...] about Please welcome Dr. Tasnuba Jerin
Clayton is the recipient of the 2021 Geological Society of America, Bruce L. "Biff" Reed Scholarship Award. The award is given to only one Masters of Science or Ph.D. student pursuing studies in the tectonic and magmatic evolution of Alaska per year. Clayton is a Geology-MS candidate. He is using olivine melt inclusions and mineral chemistry to determine the source and … [Read more...] about Graduate Student receives a special GSA scholarship
Four graduate students, conducting research for thesis projects, recently traveled to New Mexico State University. Dr. Gary Michelfelder, in cooperation with Dr. Frank Ramos at the Johnson Mass Spectrometer Lab, introduced the students to "the Machine," aka TIMS and "the Beast," aka MC-ICP-MS. The TIMS is a Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometer. The MC-ICP-MS is an Inductively … [Read more...] about What do “the Machine” and “the Beast” do?