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Movie night in Dino Park - Wednesday, Sept. 19, 7:40 p.m., Dinosaur park located outside of Rood Hall, free admission, feature film: Jurassic World - The Fallen Kingdom
Be the first to see and experience life-size dinosaurs in the newly created dinosaur park! Come face-to-face with a Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and a Utahraptor all while enjoying an outdoor movie experience! Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy the show! This event is open to students, faculty, and staff.
Dr. Stephen Kaczmarek and a collaborator at Iowa State University were recently awarded a $385,374 National Science Foundation research grant for their project: Collaborative Research: Testing Models of Calcite Microcrystal Diagenesis through Experiments, Geochemistry and Advanced Imaging. The project is scheduled to start September 1, 2018 and run through August 2020.
Dr. Bill Harrison, Dr. Stephen Kaczmarek, Dr. Peter Voice, and 9 graduate students attended the 2018 AAPG/SEPM meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah. Read more about the department's contributions at this professional meeting.
Dr. Mine Dogan has accepted a tenure track Assistant Professor position in the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences and joined the faculty on July 1, 2018. Dr. Dogan is an experienced geophysicist with a strong background in engineering, geostatistics, groundwater modelling, and stochastic hydrology. Dr. Dogan received her Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 2013, and comes to us from the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences at Clemson University where she held positions of a postdoctoral research scientist and a research assistant professor.
The Geological Society of America has recognized WMU geologic research with the publication of two special papers.
The publications are among just over 500 such publications in the GSA's 130-year history. Read more on WMU News.
We are offering a new online Area VII course: GEOS 1050: Dinosaurs
This course is currently being offered!
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