STOCKTON – We gathered together in late April to share a meal and celebrate another year of fantastic work by our students. Katilyn Rawhouser ('13) was awarded the 2013 WIlliam Christiansen Award, which is presented to an outstanding senior majoring in Earth & Environmental Sciences. The 2013 Delbert H.
ZZYZX – In the hopes of getting more introductory level students out into the field for a multiple day field trip, Dr.
STOCKTON – Driving is by far the most dangerous career-related activity for Earth & environmental scientists. To help address this problem, Dr.
STOCKTON — University of the Pacific today announced that it has been selected as a “Sustainable 16” school in the second annual Environmental March Madness tournament, which rewards excellence in environmental academics and sustainability. The competition, sponsored by Enviance, in partnership with GreenBiz Group and Qualtrics, will announce 2013’s National Champion on April 8.
STOCKTON, CA – We’re pleased to announce that the back of Win McLaughlin’s head is being featured in a series of advertisements celebrating the 125th anniversary of theGeological Society of America! All kidding aside, GSA couldn’t have chosen a more appropriate head to showcase – full of determination and ready to attack the challenges that lie before her.
ZZYZX – This past weekend, Dr. Burmeister’s structural geology course travelled to the Mojave Desert.
CHARLOTTE, NC – We are so fortunate to have the chance to conduct research in collaboration with some truly talented people. One of the highest points of this year’s trip to the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America in Charlotte, NC, was that Dr.
CHARLOTTE, NC – The Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences had a truly amazing week at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America! The entire faculty (Drs. Rademacher, Burmeister, Fox, & Pearson) and three majors (Nikki Mainwaring ’13, Kat Rawhouser 13′, & Brittany Klemm ’14) were lucky enough to be able to join the ~6,000 other academics, professionals, and students in attendance.
A new article on the college website features an interview with Brittany Klemm (’14) and Dr. Burmeister on their recent research activities in the northern Appalachian Mountains and the Desolation Wilderness Area of the Sierra Nevada, student research in the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, and students presenting research at professional meetings.