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Department of Geology & Geophysics

Texas A&M Geology and Geophysics researchers in Iceland: Dr. Ryan Ewing, professor; Emily Champion, undergraduate student; Kashauna Mason, doctoral student; and Dr. Marion Nachon, postdoctoral associate. (Photo by Nick Wilson, Texas A&M Marketing and Communications.)

Many Texas A&M students have access to high-impact research opportunities, but in the summer of 2019, two Texas A&M College of Geosciences students helped conduct research that was out of this world.

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Faculty & Student Focus

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Dr. Julia Reece

Dr. Julia Reece, an assistant professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics, was awarded a prestigious CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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Dr. Nick Perez

Dr. Nick Perez, assistant professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics, was awarded a prestigious CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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Dr. David Bapst

Dr. David Bapst, instructional assistant professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics, was named a 2021 ConocoPhillips Data Science Faculty Fellow for his help creating the Undergraduate Certificate in Data Analytics for the Petroleum Industry (CERT-DAPI).

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Geology and Geophysics postdoctoral researcher Dr. Julia Cisneros and scientists from throughout the U.S. contributed to the recently published paper.

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The College of Geosciences virtual graduation celebration was May 18, and commencement was held May 19 in Reed Arena.

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Dr. Raquel Bryant is one of the first recipients of the Geosciences Future Faculty (GFF) Postdoctoral Fellowship.

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Emily Champion and Kashauna Mason were part of a 2019 research project that helped ensure the success of the rover and helicopter operating on Mars today.

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Aggie geoscientists played a crucial role in the development of the Mars rover Perseverance and its helicopter companion Ingenuity.

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The Black Voices in Geoscience virtual event was hosted by the new Texas A&M chapter of NABG on April 20.

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