AGU Get Together!

We are having an informal get together at AGU on the night of Wednesday, December 16th at 7pm at the White House Pub, just NW of Union Square. Please stop by if you can as we expect to be there a good part of the night. Please see directions in the "read more" link.

Congratulations to Dr. Emily Elliott!

Dr. Emily Elliott had the honor of becoming an ambassador within the National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Engineering program in Pittsburgh that currently has a focus on the topic of energy.

Dr. Emily Elliott is the Keynote Speaker for International Conference on Acid Rain

“Emissions, Deposition, and Environmental Cycling of Atmospheric Nitrogen: An Isotope Perspective.”  Emily Elliott, University of Pittsburgh

Department's Alumni Professor Vladislav Kaminski

Dr. Vladislav Kaminski recently gave a presentation titled - "Usage of geophysical inversion in IP mode to image prospective drill targets for gold exploration with accordance to their electrical conductance and chargeability. Example from Broken Evil Prospect (Canada)."

Congratulations Erin Pfeil-McCullough!

Erin Pfeil-McCullough is now the Vice President of the Arts and Sciences Graduate Student Organization!

Congratulations Dr. Charlie Jones!

The department's Dr. Charlie Jones has been promoted to a Senior Lecturer in Geology and Environmental Science in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Science.

Faculty Member Dr. Bill Harbert has been elected to the Society of Exploration Geophysicists Council.

Dr. Bill Harbert was one of two elected representatives for District 4.  It's an elite group that represents geophysics, their council is international.

Undergraduate Daniel Peluso wins PASGC Scholarship!

Based on Daniel's proposal and potential as a young scientist, he was offered the Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium Research Scholarship for the fall term, 2015.

Special Issue on Shale Gas Geochemistry edited by G&ES Faculty

Professors Brian Stewart and Rosemary Capo co-edited a special issue of the journal Applied Geochemistry, published in July 2015, that focuses on the geochemistry of shale gas extraction and hydraulic fracturing.

Hydrology and Surface Processes-Tenure-track Position

As part of sustainability initiative at the University of Pittsburgh, the Department of Geology and Planetary Science invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in hydrology or surface processes, pending budgetary approval.

Lucy Rose Awarded for Outstanding Student Presentation

 Ph.D. student wins prestigious award!