Posted June 3, 2021
In collaboration with the Bell Museum, Associate Professor Cara Santelli incorporated science communication in her Geomicrobiology course, the study of how microbes influence the planet past, present and future. Students selected topics of interest to explain their topic in a creative yet clear, succinct way.
Posted May 7, 2021
Congratulations to Associate Professor Crystal Ng for receiving the 2021 President's Community-Engaged Scholar Award!
Posted April 8, 2021
Congratulations to the winners for Best Talk and Best Poster at the 2021 Student Research Symposium.
Posted April 7, 2021
How did Earth get just the right amount of carbon to sustain life? New studies by UMN Earth Sciences professor Marc Hirschmann and colleagues provide new pieces to this puzzle by showing carbon must have come from interstellar space and that most of it was lost very early in planetary formation.
Posted March 26, 2021
It is with great sadness to note the passing of Roger Hooke, a faculty member in geomorphology and glaciology in our department from 1965 until his retirement in 1998.