Students Explore Oberlin’s Range of Research in This Year’s Lab Crawl
November 17, 2021
Lab Crawl was well attended this semester with many students making stops at demonstrations held in one or more of 22 labs across campus.
Who is Josie Boyd?
August 3, 2021
Students and faculty members studying in geology laboratories at the Carnegie Building are probably familiar with Josie Boyd, but how many can say they know what this laboratory technician’s favorite stone is? Learn more about Boyd in this installment of Who Am I?
Emeritus Professor Bill Skinner Dies
December 3, 2019
The emeritus professor of geology was 89 years old.
The Role of Fallout Radionuclides in River Erosion
August 31, 2015
Like many of his peers in the sciences, fifth-year double-degree student Adrian Singleton is no stranger to summer research. Singleton, who has worked with Geology Assistant Professor Amanda Schmidt for three years, is seen here examining containers of quartz, river sediment, and sheet silicate minerals as part of a broader honors project he began last semester. Click “Read more and comment” to learn more about Singleton’s research with Schmidt.
Underground Clues to Climate Change
November 13, 2013
Geochemist R. Lawrence Edwards looks to cave deposits, ocean sediments, and ice cores for clues to historic and prehistoric climate. He'll discuss his work and its implications for study of current climate change November 14, 15, and 21.