Doctoral student Bingqing Lu (adviser Dr. Yong Zhang) published a paper in the Journal of Mathematics (http://www.mdpi.com/2227-7390/6/1) and the editorial office had selected one of her manuscript images for the cover of the issue. Congratulation Bingqing!
Take time and check out the last news about Dr. Delores Robinson’s research on oil and gas exploration in northeast Pakistan: https://www.ua.edu/news/2018/01/partnership-brings-ua-pakistan-researchers-together/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=News%20-%20Faculty%20and%20Staff
Note that, although graduate application review at DGS begins January 15 for TA/RA support, applications will be considered after this date. Self-funded, scholarship/fellowship, and International Applications must be completed by March 15.
Greg Gushurst, MS student who works with Dr. Mahatsente, was recently accepted into a geophysics short course at ExxonMobil’s Houston campus in Texas. This opportunity was made available after he was selected from a previous ExxonMobil short course he attended in Georgia where he was tasked with evaluating the hydrocarbon potential of a reservoir. This next
The Department of Geological Sciences stole two of the trophies at the Three Minute Thesis Finals last evening (November 13th)! Christine Bassett brought the gold home and Kaydee West was placed 4th. Way to go, GEO-girls! You can see Christine’s presentation here.
The University of Alabama, Department of Geological Sciences seeks highly qualified Ph.D. and M.S. students with specializations in topics that complement faculty research interests. Exceptional Ph.D. students will receive Research or Teaching Assistantships and a Lindahl Scholarship totaling $22,000 for a nine-month appointment. The University of Alabama covers the cost of non-resident tuition and fee
Check out the last findings about the effect of submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) on coastal Alabama: Up From The Ground
Tune in for a live stream (disl.org/seminar) presentation by Dr. Fred Andrus tomorrow, Thursday, September 14th at 1:30PM. Dr. Adrus will talk about “Developing New Sclerochronologycal Proxies of Ancient Growth and Climate: Geochemistry of Coralline Algae, Sub-arctic Clams, and Ice-age Oysters.”
Chesapeake Bay Pollution Extends to Early 19th Century, UA Study Confirms