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Since the dawn of civilization, access to freshwater, especially in river environments,  has helped determine where human populations have flourished on planet Earth.Over the past two centuries -- an age that many geologists are now calling the...
Jan 14 2014
Is your Facebook page blowing up with dire posts about toxic chemicals in food? or contentious comments about genetically modified food? Have you watched the news on Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) and the Midwest tornadoes in November 2013 and wondered if any...
Nov 25 2013
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Click photo to go to gallery.Speaking at the dedication, undergraduate chemistry major Devin Bready (above) said that many students at IUPUI have been significantly influenced by their involvement in research. Bready has been investigating the biology...
Nov 19 2013
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The Center for Urban Health (CUH) at IUPUI will serve as the primary research partner on a $2.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation to create sites along Indianapolis waterways where arts and sciences will be used to educate the public...
Sep 25 2013
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Undergraduate student Justin Hodgson was recently awarded a $1500 scholarship from the Old Antarctic Explorers Association. The association awards scholarships each year to deserving students who are nominated by an OAEA member. Justin is nearing...
Aug 14 2013
Deborah Nichols and Jessica Adamic, both second year PhD students in the Applied Earth Sciences program, were recently awarded fellowships to pursue their research and graduate education. Deborah Nichols, who holds an MS in Geology and a MPH degree, was...
Aug 6 2013
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Kevin Berkopes, new director of the IUPUI Math Assistance Center, gets it. Math is hard for many college students. Some people are “scared of math like they are scared of spiders,” he said.The key thing to remember is that math doesn’t have to be looked...
Jul 17 2013
This spring, the Department of Earth Sciences awarded degrees to four students:Danielle Follette earned a BS degree in Environmental ScienceChristopher Kunkel earned a BS degree in Environmental ScienceLauren Kuss earned a BA degree in GeologyLauren...
Jul 15 2013
G420 Field Camp Students Featured In Local Montana Newspaper
Dr. Andy Barth and Earth Science students attending this summer's G420 Regional Geology Field Trip capstone course were featured in an article in the Whitehall Ledger, a community newspaper for Whitehall, Montana. A copy of the article appears below.
Jul 11 2013
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Gabe Filippelli, Ph.D., has been named a Jefferson Science Fellow with the U.S. Department of State.Gabriel Filippelli, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Earth Sciences at IUPUI, has been named a Jefferson Science Fellow, a prominent advisory...
May 2 2013