The series, titled Natural Resource Extraction in Latin America: Society, Environment, and Politics will include scholars from around the globe exploring the social and environmental impact of withdrawing natural resources from the Earth.
Catherine O’Reilly is one of the lead authors of a new international study showing lake ice in the Northern Hemisphere is vanishing due to climate change.
Dave Malone and Paul Meister of the Department of Geography, Geology, and the Environment contributed to the John Wesley Powell legacy by coordinating the transfer of items to the Natural History Museum at Utah.
Illinois State Associate Professor of Geology Catherine O’Reilly is serving as principal investigator for a $1.7 million National Science Foundation grant to fund Project EDDIE, a series of classroom modules for undergraduate students.
The fair aims to educate students about majors in the STEM fields. The event will include networking with faculty from STEM departments and meeting with successful students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Jamie Esler has studied glaciers in the arctic and won the Idaho Teacher of the Year award.
A retirement reception for Dean Gregory Simpson will be from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 3, in the Circus Room of the Bone Student Center.
Professor Aimee Miller-Ott will present “So Close, Yet so Far: Staying connected when your cell phone pulls you away,” on Monday, April 16 at 7 p.m. in Room 118 at the ISU Alumni Center.
Redbird Scholar Matthew Himley answers the question, Why are humans bent on self-destruction?
Professor of Geography Derek Alderman will discuss the geographical work behind civil rights movements for the Distinguished Geographer Lecture.