Wooster Geologists begin the 2012-2013 school year

WOOSTER, OHIO–Always so much fun to begin a new year with the Wooster Geologists. The happy people above belong to the Geology Club in our annual group photo. This semester we are missing our treasured colleague Shelley Judge who is on a semester research leave. We also have a number of students in off-campus programs.

Here our our senior geologists. Front row from left: Joe Wilch, Richa Ekka, Anna Mudd, Whitney Sims, Kit Price; middle row: Kevin Silver, Jenn Horton, Lauren Vargo, Jonah Novek; back row: Will Cary, Melissa Torma, Matt Peppers.

Today we also posted a colorful pdf of our 2011-2012 Wooster Geology Department Annual Report, the front cover of which is shown above. You can find it at this link with our other recent reports. Thank you very much to cherished Patrice Reeder, our Administrative Coordinator, for her creativity, production skills, and detailed work. It is beautiful.

As you’ve seen in previous posts, we have newly renovated classrooms, and our courses officially began on Monday. The weather is exquisite right now in this part of the country, so we are very much looking forward to our first field trips.

Here’s to happy students and good starts!

About Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson is a Professor of Geology at The College of Wooster. He specializes in invertebrate paleontology, carbonate sedimentology, and stratigraphy. He also is an expert on pseudoscience, especially creationism.
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