Alumni & Friends

Postcards from the Field: Arctic Lakes

Arianna Trusiak (graduate student working with Rose Cory) measuring sunlight in Arctic Lakes and collecting water for an NSF-funded project on Arctic Photochemistry.

Researchers at the Museum of Paleontology Launch Online Repository of Fossils

More than two decades ago, University of Michigan paleontologist Daniel Fisher and some of his students began the laborious task of digitally scanning the bones of mastodons, mammoths and other prehistoric creatures so the images could be displayed on computers.

The results of this massive undertaking can now be seen at the University of Michigan Online Repository of Fossils.

Henry Pollack "World Without Ice" Installation March 26-28, 2014

Featuring photographs of the Arctic and Antarctic taken by Professor Emeritus Henry Pollack, this “installation/performance” piece helps the audience experience Global Warming through sight, sound, and temperature.

Geoscience News Winter 2014 (PDF)

GIGL in the Field: Blogging from Antarctica

November 20, 2013

Sarah Aciego's research group blogs from Antarctica

Give Online

Postcards from the Field 2013

Summer field work takes our students and faculty to locations across the Earth.

Joel Blum to Co-Edit Elementa, Science of the Anthropocene

Elementa is a new journal publishing original research into the Earth’s physical, chemical, and biological systems.

2013 Texas Geology Field Trip Blog

May 11, 2013

In May 2013, Kacey Lohmann led a field trip to Texas and back. Peter Knoop's blog documented the trip.

2012 Spain Geology Field Trip Blog

May 17, 2012

In June 2012, Kacey Lohmann led an international field trip to Spain. Click on the link for Peter Knoop's blog.

Camp Davis Scholarship Fund in Memory of Jillian Drow, 1989 - 2010

GeoSci Students and Faculty Thank Donors

Donations are the single most important source of funding for many of the Department activities that allow us to attract so many excellent graduate and undergraduate students.