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Earth Sciences Stories

July 2019
Earth Sciences
Undergraduate
Lindsey Powell
geology, undergraduate
October 2018
Earth Sciences
Undergraduate
Tori Kennedy
2018 alumna, B.S. Environmental Science | Department of Earth Sciences
October 2017
Earth Sciences
Graduate
Kathryn Holper
Ph.D. Student, Psychology
We literally live at the crossroads of America! Since I have lived here, I have traveled to Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Minnesota, Colorado, Montana, California, Hawaii, and the Bahamas.
October 2017
Earth Sciences
Graduate
Melanie Perello
Ph.D. Student, Earth Sciences
It is nice that even though IUPUI is a large campus, the departments themselves are much smaller which provides students with a close-knit academic family.
October 2017
Earth Sciences
Graduate
Christine Kassab
Ph.D. Student, Earth Sciences
I had the opportunity to spend 8 weeks in Antarctica conducting field work for my dissertation research.
October 2017
Earth Sciences
Graduate
Fotios-Christos A. Kafantaris
Ph.D. Student, Earth Sciences
I like that Indianapolis is such a diverse place where I can interact with people from all over the world.
October 2017
Earth Sciences
Graduate
Igor Ogashawara
Ph.D. Student , Earth Sciences
I would definitely encourage prospective graduate students to visit the facilities, to personally talk to their prospective advisor and understand what the graduate program can offer.
May 2017
Dean's Office, Earth Sciences
Faculty & Staff
Pierre-Andre Jacinthe, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Enter the laboratory of Pierre-André Jacinthe, School of Science at IUPUI associate professor of earth sciences, and you may see several student researchers working with state-of-the-art equipment.
May 2017
Biology, Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Dean's Office, Earth Sciences, Forensic & Investigative Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Physics
Undergraduate
Nigam Arora
Interdisciplinary Studies, Undergraduate
Nigam Arora’s academic interest lies in a field with which few are familiar – cellular energetics – but in the not too distant future this field may help provide answers in the search for renewable energy options.
May 2017
Dean's Office, Earth Sciences
Faculty & Staff
Gary Rosenberg, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
There is art and there is science. Most people think they are not related.
May 2017
Dean's Office, Earth Sciences
Faculty & Staff
Kathy Licht
Ph.D. Earth Science, Associate Professor
What some might envision as one of the coldest, starkest, loneliest places on earth is a scientific paradise to Kathy Licht, associate professor of geology at the School of Science at IUPUI.
May 2017
Dean's Office, Earth Sciences
Faculty & Staff
Gabriel Filippelli
Professor
Time spent in the Peace Corps has shaped a lifetime of work for Gabriel Filippelli.
May 2017
Biology, Earth Sciences
Undergraduate
Jason Walsman
Biology, Earth Science, Undergraduate
Jason Walsman describes himself as an explorer, a guy who would rather be out digging in dirt instead of sitting behind a desk in a pressed suit and tie.
May 2017
Earth Sciences
Undergraduate
Carla Redden
Geology, Undergraduate
Teaching the bright students at Indianapolis Public Schools’ Joyce Kilmer Academy, Carla Redden has learned just as much as about herself as her students have about the environment and world around them.
May 2017
Earth Sciences
Graduate
Jody Arthur
2002 Alumna, M.S. Geology
Once upon a time, Jody Arthur expected to spend her career looking for facts under every rock for the news stories she'd write as a budding Woodward or Bernstein.
May 2017
Earth Sciences
Undergraduate
Elliot Boyle
Environmental Science, Undergraduate
Elliot Boyle wants to save the world.
May 2017
Earth Sciences
Alumni
Lori Bebinger
2013 Alumna, B.S. Geology
Lori Bebinger gets frustrated when people summarize her true career passion by asking “You study rocks?”
May 2017
Earth Sciences
Undergraduate
Kira Wiseman
Environmental Science, Undergraduate
Kira Wiseman grew up on a peninsula in Newport News, Virginia, surrounded by water and marine life. This sparked her interest in science from a very early age
May 2017
Earth Sciences
Alumni
Bruce Sidner
1971 Alumnus, B.S. Geology
Bruce Sidner, one of the earliest geology alumni in the Department of Earth Sciences, credits Art Mirsky, the first department chair and longtime program supporter, for giving him encouragement and support that still resonates with him some 45 years later.
May 2017
Earth Sciences
Undergraduate
Daniel Orazi
Geology, Undergraduate
Hard work, determination and whole lot of time spent studying rocks has paid off for military staff sergeant Daniel Orazi.
May 2017
Earth Sciences
Alumni
Deborah Peters
1988 Alumna, B.A. Geology
You could call her a trailblazer. When Deb Peters started her career as a geologist she entered a male-dominated field where her colleagues didn’t always trust that she possessed the same knowledge and skills.