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ESC Newsletter

The Earth Sciences' faculty is continuously working to engage students through shared field work and research, assisting with internships, and supporting them as they present their research at national conferences.  Select a newsletter edition below to see some of the exciting opportunities that our students have had at Brockport and after graduation. 


Fall 2014 Newsletter

"I spent ten weeks at Penn State working with Dr. Jose Fuentes. We studied the downward ozone transport in thunderstorms near Manaus, Brazil to better understand how ozone is redistributed throughout the troposphere. This research may one day help with more accurate numerical models to predict climate change....The research and networking experience was priceless."

--Randy Chase, MET '16
  Pennsylvania State University’s  Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program, Summer 2014

Read this story and more in our  Fall 2014   newsletter. 

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"...we got a personal tour [of the National Weather Service office] by some of the NWS staff...we visited the AccuWeather station, an eye opening experience showing the private industry side of meteorology...finally we visited the meteorology department at Penn State University and learned about their graduate program and internships available for undergraduates from colleges like Brockport through the REU Program."

--NWA Brockport Student Chapter
Club Trip to State College, PA

Read this story and more in our Spring 2014 newsletter. 

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"This summer I spent six weeks in Wyoming digging up dinosaurs! The quarries I worked in contained the bones of sauropods, huge long-necked, long-tailed, plant-eating dinosaurs. I helped create quarry maps, measuring orientations, lengths, and widths of bones exposed in the quarry, and found some bones myself."

--Sarah Travaly, GEL '14
Wyoming Dinosaur Dig, Internship

 Read this story and more in our Fall 2013 newsletter.

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"[I was invited to participate in a] summer work opportunity with Dr. Richards...which involved studying the hydrologic impact of agricultral field abandonment...I had a lot of fun and I know that the skills and knowledge I gained will be invaluable when applying for jobs/graduate school."

--Chris Walden, WTR '13
Summer Research Project

Read this story and more in our Spring 2013 newsletter. 

 

 

Last Updated 10/9/14