• STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Michelle Lutiker is a first year doctoral student who was awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship as a senior undergraduate student. She will work with Assistant Professor Natascha Reidinger investigating uranium depletion in organic-rich Devonian-age shale to assist in determining depositional and diagenetic processes at work in ancient North American interior seaways.
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PhD Student Khemraj Shukla receives Best Graduate Student Poster at the 2016 XSEDE (EXtreme Engineering and Discovery Environment) conference      

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BPSG student receives NSF Graduate Fellowship

 

Congratulations to Shawna Parks for winning the 2015-2016 BPSoG Best MS Thesis Award.

Congratulations to Sahar Mohammadi Dehcheshmehi for successfully defended her PhD Dissertation.

 

Professor Atekwana named the Society of Exploration Geophysicists 2016 Outstanding Educator

 


 


 

Oct 16-21
SEG Annual Meeting

Dallas, Texas

 

AGU Annual Meeting

San Francisco, December 12-16.

http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2016/

Katumwehe, A. B., Abdelsalam, M. G., Atekwana, E. A., & Laó-Dávila, D. A. (2016). Extent, kinematics and tectonic origin of the Precambrian Aswa Shear Zone in eastern Africa. Gondwana Research, 34, 241-253.

 

 

Katumwehe, A. B., Abdelsalam, M. G., & Atekwana, E. A. (2015). The role of pre-existing Precambrian structures in rift evolution: The Albertine and Rhino grabens, Uganda. Tectonophysics, 646, 117-129.

 

 

Abdelsalam, M. G., Katumwehe, A. B., Atekwana, E. A., Le Pera, A. K., & Achang, M. (2016). The Paleoproterozoic Singo granite in south-central Uganda revealed as a nested igneous ring complex using geophysical data. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 116, 198-212.