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Wooster’s X-ray Lab Hosts Expanding Your Horizons

WOOSTER, OH — What a beautiful Saturday for science!!  Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) hit Scovel Hall again this year, and area middle school girls were able to select “Minerals in My Jewelry” as one of the fun science sessions held … Continue reading
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A Twist on our Final Exam: The GIS Poster Symposium

WOOSTER, OH — GEOL 220 (Introduction to GIS) had their final exam this morning, but it was not a typical final exam atmosphere.  It was a very social event, with much mingling and chatter (in between bites of donut holes … Continue reading
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Home Sweet Home…(after 2 months of research and teaching in Utah!!)

WOOSTER, OH — Two months in the field is great for my geologic soul, but I admit that there is an excitement on campus as I prepare for classes to begin in the next few weeks.  I last blogged about … Continue reading
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Home Sweet Home…(after 2 months of research and teaching in Utah!!)

WOOSTER, OH — Two months in the field is great for my geologic soul, but I admit that there is an excitement on campus as I prepare for classes to begin in the next few weeks.  I last blogged about … Continue reading
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George Davis (’64), meet Tricia Hall (’14)

EPHRAIM, UTAH — Generations of Wooster geologists were united today over a common interest:  deformation bands of Utah!! George Davis (Regents Professor Emeritus and Provost Emeritus, University of Arizona) researched the deformation bands of the Colorado Plateau region of Utah and … Continue reading
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Mountain lions and deformation bands: just another day in Utah

Guest Blogger:  Tricia Hall SIXMILE CANYON, UTAH — After a couple of days seeing a good number of mountain lion footprints, Shelley and I have decided that it is best to turn the attention of my I.S. toward using our … Continue reading
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20 Bags, Two Geologists, Plenty of Mountains

EPHRAIM, UTAH — After no sleep, Tricia Hall (’14) and I had to get up at 3 am to catch our early flight to Utah.  It is a good thing that we arrived at the airport in plenty of time (thanks, Patrice, … Continue reading
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Geology Heads to Melrose Elementary

WOOSTER, OHIO — A “Volcano Team” headed to Melrose Elementary this week for an afternoon of fun with Marge Forbush’s 4th grade class. It was our annual fall trip to her classroom, and our task was to discuss the various … Continue reading
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A day in the Wasatch Mountains

Ephraim, Utah-[Guest blogger Tricia Hall] After a couple of productive days measuring deformation features and joints, Dr. Judge and I took a day for a fun drive up into the Wasatch Mountains and Plateau. The scenery was much different from … Con… Continue reading

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Wooster Geology Heads to Wayne Elementary

On Friday afternoon, a group of Wooster geologists participated in an educational outreach program at Wayne Elementary. Marge Forbush, an educator at Wayne always asks the department to come to her classroom twice a year. In the fall, we spend … … Continue reading

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