GEO pictures wanted
Do you have some great pictures from GEO classes, feild trips, events, or any GEO related activities this year? If so, I'd love to replace some of the aging banners on this website with your more recent ones. Just email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Your friendly website tech., Joel
GEO fish memorial service
A leading member of the CGDGMCSFDET has organized a memorial service in honor of the departed GEO fish. In an email to all department members he announced...
"We have lost our beloved fishy friends, a blow I know has racked us all with unrelenting despair. While I'm confident that spring break will slowly begin to heal the emotional and psychological traumas inflicted (by) the departure of the GEO Fish, I propose a memorial service, in order to fully mourn their departure. I will bring donuts - you may bring poetry, music, other food, stick-on fish tattoos (or real tattoos), and anything else that you feel will adequately celebrate the lives we once shared with the Nemo crew (and mourn the lives we now live without them)." -Evans Lodge
We are pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Renee Sparks to our open Geology Professor position! Dr. Sparks earned her Ph.D. in Geology from the University of Kansas in 2001, and has been teaching at Northwest Missouri State University since. She participated in the 2015 Montana May interim before beginning her new position on August 17.
Professor Emeritus of Geology Dr. Clarence Menninga has completed research on the Allende meteorite that fell in Mexico during the winter of 1969. He has prepared and submitted a paper on the concentration of 17 elements within 36 chondrules (meteorite fragments) from Allende. Check out his work here.
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Emma DeVries (2012 alumnus) and Professor Jason VanHorn discuss the importance of GIS and their own work within the field of GIS.
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