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Marissa Castillo

"It is because of GeoX that I have chosen to pursue a major in environmental geosciences, with minors in geology and GIST."

Marissa Castillo ’20, Environmental Geosciences

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Joseph Trujillo

Joseph Trujillo

Joseph Trujillo ’19 recorded daily weather forecasts for a local Spanish radio station while earning a double degree in meteorology and Spanish.

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Mia Self

Mia Self dove 2,500 meters deep in HOV ALVIN during a NSF-funded research cruise, led by a Texas A&M Oceanography professor.

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Dr. Wendy Jepson

Geography Professor Dr. Wendy Jepson recently helped bring the realities of water insecurity to life in a multimedia exhibit at the Michigan Science Center, in Detroit, Michigan.

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Scott Gifford Awarded Society of Independent Professional Earth Scientists Foundation Scholarship

Gifford is a graduate student in the Department of Geology and Geophysics.

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Mars Once Had Salt Lakes Similar To Earth

Marion Nachon, geology and geophysics postdoctoral research associate, co-authored study finding that Mars has undergone wet and dry periods.

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Baldauf Named Texas A&M Associate VP For Research, Yang Serving As Interim Associate Dean For Research

Jack Baldauf will serve as senior associate vice president for research at Texas A&M, and Ping Yang will serve as the College of Geosciences’ interim associate dean for research.

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Aggie Professor Completes His 18th Antarctic Expedition

Dr. Andrew Klein Takes Part In An NSF-funded Research Excursion.

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Graduate Student Conducted Tropical Convection Field Work in Costa Rica For Two Months

As part of the Organization of Tropical East Pacific Convection 2019 field campaign, Lidia Huaman-Chuquihuaccha spent two months collecting data.

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Texas A&M Student Veteran Interned In NASA Pathways Pilot Program

Atmospheric sciences and oceanography student Lance Belobrajdic ‘21 was one of nine interns selected for the 2019 NASA Pathways Pilot Program.

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