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#GSA2017 Wrap Up

It’s hard to believe that we were at the 2017 GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington just last week. Once again, the Wooster Geologists had a strong showing.  

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Wooster Geologists at the 2014 Annual Geological Society of America Meeting in Vancouver, Canada

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA — Wooster geologists (faculty, students, alumni and friends) gathered for the traditional Monday night event at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America.

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First Wooster geology presentation at the 2013 annual meeting of the Geological Society of America in Denver, Colorado

DENVER, COLORADO–It’s that time of year for geologists when we collect at one of two major national meetings. Wooster geologists are always well represented at the Geological Society of America convention, this year held in downtown Denver. Meagen Pollock, Shelley … Continue reading

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Enhancing undergraduate research with social media: the last presentation by a Wooster Geologist at GSA 2012

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA–Our very last presentation at the 2012 annual meeting of the Geological Society of America was by Professor Meagen Pollock. She is shown above in an iPhone photograph near the middle of her talk about the educational and … Continue reading

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Presenting a Jurassic echinoid story on the last day of GSA 2012

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA–The last day of a scientific meeting is always less frantic. About half the attendees have left for home, the exhibitors start to give away merchandise so they don’t have to ship it home, and the speakers are … Continue reading

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Wooster GSA 2012 Poster Take Three

CHARLOTTE, NC – Five Wooster geologists presented their work on day three of the conference. Whitney Sims (’13) presented her ┬áIS on the emplacement of lava flows in the Ice Springs Volcanic Field (Team Utah). Here is her abstract. Anna … Continue reading

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Alumni Night at the 2012 Geological Society of America Meeting

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA–Monday evening is the traditional time at GSA when colleges and universities (and field camps and consortia) host gatherings of their alumni and friends. The College of Wooster is always art of the “Group Alumni Reception”, so we … Continue reading

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An overhead view of a GSA poster session

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA–I thought you might like to see a typical GSA poster session from a set of windows above the action. Only half of the poster stands are visible from here, so you get an idea how big these … Continue reading

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The second group of Wooster GSA 2012 posters

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA–Matt Peppers (’13), a member of the intrepid Team Utah, presented his poster today at the 2012 Geological Society of America annual meeting. Matt is working on the dynamics of the volcanic flows in the Black Rock Desert. … Continue reading

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“Where Our Deepest Passions Intersect the World’s Compelling Needs”: The 2012 GSA Presidential Address

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA–President of the Geological Society of America George H. Davis delivered a spectacular and inspiring address early this afternoon. As his title says, he emphasized the joys and privileges of being geologists along with the civic and scientific … Continue reading

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