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3 students win AGU Outstanding Student Presentation Awards

January 26, 2019
Michalea King

Three Earth Sciences students won Outstanding Student Presentation Awards from the American Geophysical Union. These prestigious awards are only granted to the top 5% of student participants at the conference, as judged by professional scientists in each discipline. The winners are:

Dr. Liu receives recognition for new study

January 17, 2019
Transmission electron microscopy image from Dr. Liu's new study

Congratulations to Earth Sciences postdoc Tingting Liu (Cole group; Ph.D. OSU, 2017), whose recent publication was identified as a Hot Article of 2018 in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. The study was also profiled by the A. P. Sloan Foundation Deep Carbon Observatory. Dr.

Professor Panero speaks on exoplanets at AGU

December 14, 2018
Research from Panero lab helps narrow the search for life in the universe

Presenting some of the work done by current and former students in her group, including undergraduate students, Professor Wendy Panero gave an invited presentation at the Fall 2018 AGU in a joint AGU-AAS Session on Frontiers in Exoplanets, followed by a panel discussion.

Professor Darrah receives John Hem Award

December 6, 2018
Professor Darrah receives award from the National Ground Water Association

Tom Darrah, Professor in the School of Earth Sciences and Associate Director of CERTAIN, was recently named the recipient of the 2018 NGWA John Hem Award. The National Ground Water Association is a not-for-profit professional society and trade association for the global groundwater industry.

Study abroad Japan: Geology & Human Health

December 6, 2018
Students at Hiroshima Peace Memorial

Last May, Ohio State students from Earth Sciences and Public Health traveled to Japan as part of a unique interdisciplinary study abroad opportunity led by Professor Motomu Ibaraki.

Presidential Fellowship awarded to Samantha Carter

November 21, 2018
PhD candidate Samantha Carter at work in the lab

Samantha Carter was awarded a Presidential Fellowship by the Ohio State Graduate School. The Presidential Fellowship recognizes outstanding scholarly accomplishments and potential of doctoral students and provides a full year of support towards completion of their dissertations.