Our very own associate professor of Planetary Science, Jani Radebaugh, will be delivering the BYU Forum Address on July 28, 2015, at 11:05 am. Professor Radebaugh has traveled the world studying a variety of geological features across the globe. However, her research focuses primarily on places even farther from us.
Hawaii is a popular destination for honeymooners, but for geologist James Argyle, it was the perfect opportunity to utilize skills learned as an undergraduate student in the BYU Department of Geological Sciences.
Professor Thomas H. Morris gave an exceptional BYU Devotional address in 2012. His remarks were entitled "Time: A Precious Commodity; A Finite Resource." He explained how short our lives really are comparatively; something he has come to understand quite deeply as a geologist. Click here or on the picture to view the address.
Every morning Evan Staples wakes up thankful to be a geophysicist.
“I love that each day brings a new challenge and something different,” he said. “It makes me excited to go to work in the morning because there is always something new and different to work on.”
One of Stephen Nelson's favorite parts of being an isotope geochemist is the thrill of discovery.
“I love when I’m working with some data and I realize I know something about how the world works that nobody else knows,” he said.
- Tuesday, July 28, 2015
- Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Eric Christiansen has negotiated a sub-contract with the King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia to work on two projects funded by the National Science, Technology and Innovation Plan.
The geological sciences consist of a number of disciplines aimed at understanding the earth's origin and development and the natural processes that have operated upon it and within it from the time of the formation of the solar system.