Regents’ Professor Darrell Kaufman was recently elected as a fellow of the Geological Society of America (GSA). Fellows are recognized for having a record of distinguished contributions to the geosciences and the GSA such as publications, applied research and teaching. Kaufman was nominated for leadership in international synthesis of Arctic climate, research on the glacial and climate history of Alaska and his applications of amino acid biogeochemistry (story credit: Read more
Despite all the novel challenges of online teaching and learning at the end of this Spring semester, it has been a remarkable year! Our faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students were honored at the national and university level this year for both academic achievements and contributions to building a more sustainable campus community. Congrats to all of you and… Read more
The American Geophysical Union recently recognized Dr. Mary Reid, SES faculty in the Division of Geosciences, with the Norman L. Bowen Award in the volcanology, geochemistry and petrology section.
This year saw honors rain down all over the School, from national and NAU awards to faculty, to NAU, College, and School awards to our graduate and undergraduate students. Congrats to all of you and here’s to the year ahead!
School of Earth & Sustainability Awards for the 2018-2019 Academic Year
Award for Faculty Excellence in Global Learning – Michael Ort (link)
College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences… Read more
This summer, NAU’s Dr. Laura Huenneke began her term as President of the world’s largest society of ecologists, after her election a year ago. As Laura explains in the ESA press release, the job is not just about keeping things running smoothly: “[w]e live in an increasingly complicated and interconnected world that requires sound ecological science to improve management of the human and… Read more