Putzig and team create 3D image of Mars Polar region

Geophysics alum Nathaniel Putzig (’86), now with the Planetary Science Institute, along with his team of researchers, has just published work on a new polar map of Mars. The team used radar data collected by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter to explore...

Snieder to deliver SEG-AAPG Distinguished Lecture

Dr. Roel Snieder will give the 2022 SEG-AAPG Distinguished Lecture Measuring Variations in the Seismic Velocity as a Diagnostic of Rock Damage and Healing. This lecture will be delivered remotely and will be given twice in the coming months: Session 1, Tuesday, Sept...

Dr. Singha Receives Paul A. Witherspoon Lecture

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) has honored Dr. Kamini Singha with the honor of presenting the 2022 Paul A. Witherspoon lecture. Lectureships are presented annually to mid-career scientists who have made significant contributions to hydrologic science through...
Heiland lecture series kicks off with ice cream social

Heiland lecture series kicks off with ice cream social

As a kickoff to this year’s Heiland Lecture Series, the Department hosted an ice cream social for students, faculty, and staff. Featuring fruit ice cream and great weather, participants ate, mingled and even listened to a few words from Department Head Paul...