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.
Dr. John McBride was featured in the Summer 2015 issue of Frontiers, the CPMS Magazine, highlighting his research in Nauvoo, Illinois, as well as his work as a professor. Read the article here.
"My [desire to learn about the earth] was more basic. Basic exploration: to see what no person has seen before; to be the first," he said.
He started out playing ping-pong and ended up as assistant district director of UDOT. Read how alumnus Robert Rowley became a geologist and much, much more.
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.