Some students in the Geosciences Department seem to have always been around, like amiable ghosts of Kell Hall. You’ve presented with them at conferences and shared a pitcher at trivia night. In the case of undergrad David Davis, the truth is: he’s been a little bit of everywhere, and it’s his determination and involvement in… more »
When Georgia State Instructor and Deputy State Climatologist Nyasha Dunkley was young, one of her greatest fears was darkness. She’d watch the Weather Channel during every storm to gauge when to light the candles.
N: Every time a storm passed over our home, it would knock out our electricity.
And it was this rare process… more »
Dr. Nadine Kabengi, assistant professor in the Department of Geosciences has received a five-year, $750,000 award from the Early Career Research Program of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science.
Dr. Kabengi is one of 35 scientists from across the nation, including 17 from DOE’s national laboratories and 18 from U.S. universities, to receive… more »
My research involves applying geochemical and isotopic techniques to understand the origin and evolution of the continental crust. Earth is the only planet in the solar system that has an abundant silicic crust and vast amounts of water. Hence, it is fair to assume that water is necessary for the generation of the andesitic to… more »
GSU Geoscience students Amber Boll and Paulita Bennett-Martin were both awarded a nationally competitive travel grant from the Association of American Geographer’s International Geographic Information Fund for $500. Both students will be using the funds for travel to the AAG convention in Tampa, FL. Amber Boll, one of our first year MS students, will be… more »