Integrated Hydroclimate Modeler – Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position The University of Alabama (UA) Department of Geological Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in integrated hydroclimate modeling, beginning August 2017. The position will be filled at the Assistant Professor level, and outstanding scholars at the tenure-track Associate Professor level may also be considered.
The American Geosciences Institute recently announced that Dr. Berry H. “Nick” Tew Jr., the state geologist of Alabama and the director of The University of Alabama’s Center for Sedimentary Basin Studies, has received the AGI Medal in Memory of Ian Campbell for Superlative Service to the Geosciences, the institute’s highest award. Read the article here.
Carmen will use this funding to support her Ph.D. research which focuses on regional-scale strain partitioning along the Ouachita fold and thrust belt-Arkoma foreland basin transition zone located in Oklahoma and Arkansas. This is the first SREB Fellowship received by a graduate student of our department!
Dr. Nick Tew is the 2016 recipient of the America Geosciences Institute (AGI) Ian Campbell Medal. The award is given in recognition “of singular performance in and contribution to the profession of geology. Candidates are measured against the distinguished career of Ian Campbell, whose service to the profession touched virtually every facet of the geosciences.”
Congratulations to Peng Shang (PhD student) and Zachary Stephens (undergraduate student) for being part of a winning team receiving the EPA’s P3 (People, Prosperity and the Planet) competition award. They will receive $15k working on a project improving rural water quality, and in April, 2017, they will travel to DC presenting their findings at the
The American Geosciences Institute presented Ernie Mancini the Marcus Milling Legendary Geoscientist Medal at the recent AAPG meeting in Calgary Canada. This award honors geologists who have made lasting accomplishments to the field with historic value. At the same meeting, Rick Groshong was presented with both the Petroleum Structure and Geomechanics Division Best Seminal Paper Award and
Dr. Kim Genareau was awarded the highly prestigious NSF CAREER award to continue her exciting investigation on the effect of lightning on volcanic ash. NSF gives these awards “…in support of the early career-development activities of those teacher-scholars who most effectively integrate research and education within the context of the mission of their organization. Such
Dr. Dimova is offering a new undergraduate class, Geo 103 Introduction to Oceanography (CRN#50655), in fall 2016. This is a combines lectures/labs natural sciences class for 4 credits.This course is an introductory study of the Earth Ocean system, including: processes shaping the ocean floor and coastlines; basic physical and chemical properties of the seawater; ocean
Yuehan Lu is the leading author of a recently published new paper in PLOS ONE, http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0145639. Lu and colleagues used a powerful, ultra-high resolution technique (Electrospray Ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry) to reveal complexity and diversity of natural dissolved organic matter molecules, as well as to understand how human activities alter the
Dr. Yuehan Lu in collaboration with faculty members Drs. Eben N. Broadbent and Angelica Almeyda Zambrano (Department of Geography) received a grant from the Alabama Water Resources Research Institute (AWRR) for a project incorporating remote sensing to determine the source and amount of inorganic and organic nutrients exported from agricultural watersheds. Previous AWRR recipients from