OSU undergraduates Emma Baughman (Environmental Science), Oona Clark (Climate Science), and Lauren Stalford (Environmental Science) have received URSA Engage awards and will join the Shiel Lab starting in Winter 2023.
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REU Josh Vazquez presents summer research
REU Josh Vazquez (University of Texas, Austin) presented the results of his summer research today. Great work! We’ll miss having Josh at OSU.
PhD student Lulu Moreu received GSA research award
Congratulations to Lulu Moreu, PhD student, on receiving a research grant from the Geological Society of America!
Callie Covington awarded Robert Scholarship
Huge congratulations to undergraduate student Callie Covington who has been awarded the Roberts Scholarship, a prestigious award for students from Oregon pursuing careers in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
Congratulations to Callie Covington on the Drucilla Shepard Smith Award
Undergraduate student Callie Covington has been awarded the Drucilla Shepard Smith Award. This award is presented to students who have earned a 4.0 grade point average while attending OSU. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Elisa, Kali and Sophie on their GSA Research Grant awards!
Shiel Lab graduate students Elisa Di Meglio, Kali Melby and Sophie Wensman are among the 2018 Geological Society of America Research Grant recipients. Congratulations!
Thanks to GSA for supporting graduate student research!
Congratulations Elisa on the NWSA research award!
Elisa Di Meglio has been awarded a student research award from the Northwest Scientific Association. Congratulations Elisa! https://www.northwestscience.org/Grant
Former intern Anna Miller heading to grad school at ETH-Zurich
Former Shiel lab intern Anna Miller (Reed College) is headed to ETH-Zurich for graduate school this fall. She is pursuing her Masters in Environmental Sciences. Congratulations Anna!
M.S. student Beth Rutila successfully defends
Beth Rutila successfully defended her thesis, Geochemical Fingerprinting of Metals from Non-Ferrous Smelting Emissions within Lake Sediments on March 19, 2018. She will be awarded a M.S. in Water Resources Science. Congratulations Beth!