EAPS In The News
Freed's Geosciences in the Cinema course featured in the IndyStar
Dr. Freed's Geosciences in the Cinema course was highlighted in the IndyStar for exploring bad science in the movie, Sharknado.
Chaubey Awarded ADS/Hancor Soil and Water Engineering Award
Dr. Chaubey is the 2014 recipient of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers' ADS/Hancor Soil and Water Engineering Award.
Asteroid Strikes: Where Have all the Craters Gone?
It is likely that most of the large impact craters on Earth have already been discovered and that others have been erased, according to a new calculation by Timothy Bowling and Brandon Johnson.
Dynamics of Climate Conference
The Dynamics of Climate Conference will give educators an opportunity to trade conjecture and learn the facts of climate science. The conference will be held on campus from June 18-June 20.
Recent EAPS Grad Announced as 2014 Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellow
Hilarie Hahus has been named a 2014 Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellow by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
EAPS Alumnus is a 2014 SEG Award Recipient
EAPS alumnus, Bin Wang, has been awarded Life Membership by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.