Nov. 3, 2022—Assistant Professor Lin Meng has received the Green Talents award from German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). This award is given to 25 young scholars (in a PhD program or graduate <3 years) in the field of sustainability across the world every year. Awardees will attend a whole week science forum to make...
Oct. 31, 2022—EES Professor Guil Gualda has been elected as a Fellow of the Mineralogical Society of America. Professor Gualda You joins a distinguished group of individuals who have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to the fields of mineralogy, crystallography, geochemistry, and petrology. Congratulations, Guil!
Oct. 26, 2022—Senior Lecturer – Earth and Environmental Sciences Vanderbilt University: College of Arts and Science: Natural Sciences: Earth & Environmental Sciences Location Nashville, TN Open Date Oct 01, 2022 Apply here: https://apply.interfolio.com/114582 Description This non-tenure track Senior Lecturer position presents an opportunity to join a productive and collegial department within a vibrant liberal...
Sep. 16, 2022—Earth & Environmental Sciences Professor Jessica Oster was recently named a 2022 Chancellor Faculty Fellow. Congratulations Jessica!
Sep. 16, 2022—EES Professor Jonathan Gilligan was the recipient of the Alexander Heard Distinguished Professor Award in Spring of 2022. Congratulations Jonathan!
Sep. 14, 2022—Congratulations to VU EES undergraduate student Joyce Sanks for winning the award for Best Poster at the 2022 NABG Conference in Houston, Texas!
Sep. 2, 2022—High Country News just published a long article featuring Associate Professor in Earth & Environmental Sciences Jessica Oster and her research on Titan Cave. You can check out the article here!
Aug. 26, 2022—Congratulations to Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences professors Ralf Bennartz and Steve Goodbred on being named Stevenson Chair Professors!
Aug. 4, 2022—Congratulations to Ash Gillis for being named the VU August 2022 Featured Postdoc! Ash is entering their second year as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow here at Vanderbilt working with a stellar interdisciplinary team on a host of projects related to the political depolarization of climate change. You can read Ash’s story here!
Apr. 1, 2022—Vanderbilt University paleontologists, including EES Professor Simon Darroch, are looking into the evolutionary origins of the whistles and squeaks that dolphins and porpoises make — part of the rare echolocation ability that allows them to effectively navigate their dark environment. The team, one of the first in the world to examine the ability’s origins, used...