Entries tagged with ‘geology’

Chuck Niederriter (Physics)

Chuck Niederriter presented a report on the InTeGrate program at Gustavus at the summer meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers in Cincinnati on July 24. The paper, titled “Climate Science Across the Liberal Arts Curriculum at Gustavus Adolphus College”, was co-authored by Julie Bartley (Geology), Thomas Huber (Physics), James Dontje (Johnson Center), and […]

Julie Bartley (Geology)

Research by Julie Bartley, Hilary Christensen (Moravian College), Dominic Delmont ’15, and high school student Brooke Rosenberg was featured in the Lakefield Standard newspaper. The research project, which examined the origin and human alteration of pre-settlement bison bones found in the Des Moines River, was initiated by teenager Brooke Rosenberg and led to a series […]

Mark Johnson, 1997 Carlson Award Winner, Geology Department

Mark Johnson President Steuer, today we pause in the midst of honoring the Class of 1997 to present for the twenty-seventh time the Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching, selected by the previous recipients based on nominations from students, faculty and staff. The late physicist Richard Feynman once described for a young correspondent an […]

Laura Triplett and Julie Bartley (Geology)

Laura Triplett and Julie Bartley wrote an article about the Gustavus Climate Change Across the Curriculum Integrate project that was published in the July 2016 issue of In the Trenches, the quarterly magazine of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers.

Laura Triplett (Geology)

Laura Triplett received a McKnight Foundation grant to assess the effectiveness of land management strategies for reducing agricultural pollution entering the Seven Mile Creek in the Minnesota River basin by utilizing a multidisciplinary approach to environmental monitoring.

Laura Triplett (Geology)

Laura Triplett was awarded $75,000 from The McKnight Foundation for a one-year project to monitor the effectiveness of land management practices for reducing agricultural pollution entering the Seven Mile Creek in the Minnesota River basin.