In December 2013, a research team from the Department of Geosciences traveled to central India in order to address one of the most captivating questions in Earth history: what was the cause of the dinosaur-eradicating Cretaceous-Tertiary (K-T) mass extinction ca. 65 million years ago? The group included Profs. Blair Schoene and Gerta Keller;…
Dr. Blair Schoene, Assistant Professor in the Department of Geosciences of Princeton University named 2013 Clarke Medalist (https://www.geochemsoc.org/honors/awards/fw-clarke). The Clarke award honours a young scientist for a single scientific contribution or -alternatively - for…
Postdoc Ayla Pamukçu has sadly left us to another postdoc at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, following a couple months in the field in Antarctica and New Zealand. We all benefited from Ayla's skills, knowledge, and ethusiasm. All the best on your next adventure!
Congrats to Dr. Kyle Samperton for a successful thesis defense! He's off to Lawrence Livermore National Lab as a research scientist in the isotope group.
Welcome (back) new postdoc Mike Eddy to the Princeton lab. Mike was Schoene's first advisee as an undergraduate ('11), just finished his PhD at MIT, and is coming back to do a postdoc
Congratulations to Dr. Brenhin Keller for finishing his PhD! He's off to UC Berkeley to start a postdoc.
Welcome Ayla Pamukcu, the department's new Hess Postdoctoral Fellow, to the radiogenic isotope lab!
Blair Schoene is promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure!