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Wooster receives $475 thousand HHMI grant to support inclusive excellence in research mentoring in STEM

The College of Wooster has received a grant of $475,000 from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Inclusive Excellence 3 (IE3) initiative for work over […]

Nathan Kreuter

The Soybean–Soybean Aphid Interaction: Mounting Defenses and Overcoming Resistance

Name: Nathan Kreuter Major: Biology Minor: Earth Sciences Advisors: Dr. Andy Michel, Dr. Hilary Edgington The current rise of the global human population necessitates […]

Dr. Andrew R.C. Milner at an archeological dig

Dr. Andrew R.C. Milner to give Richard G. Osgood, Jr. Lecture on Wednesday, April 13

The Department of Earth Sciences at The College of Wooster will welcome Andrew R.C. Milner for the 40th annual Richard G. Osgood, Jr. Memorial […]

Susan Clayton

Susan Clayton serves as lead author in major scientific report by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Susan Clayton, Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster, was a lead author in a major scientific report by the Intergovernmental Panel […]

students at The College of Wooster use MOVE suite software

Department of Earth Sciences receives donation of 10 MOVE suite software licences from Petroleum Exports Ltd.

The Department of Earth Sciences at The College of Wooster announced that Petroleum Experts Ltd. recently donated 10 licenses of its MOVE suite software […]

Mazvita Chikomo

Mazvita Chikomo ’22 awarded IDEA Scholarship from Association for Women Geoscientists

Mazvita Chikomo ‘22, an environmental geoscience major at The College of Wooster, earned the Idea Scholarship Award from the Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG). […]

Shelley Judge

Shelley Judge named NCAA Division III Faculty Athletic Representative of the Year

Shelley Judge, one of The College of Wooster’s two faculty athletics representatives (FAR), was chosen as this year’s NCAA Div. III Faculty Athletics Representative […]

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Wooster Science Cafe resumes Tuesday, Oct. 5 with “The Science of Green Technology”

The Wooster Science Café will resume its fall semester series on Tuesday, Oct. 5 with the topic called “The Science of Green Technology.” The […]


Students and faculty team up to help local community adapt to climate change

As Northeast Ohioans along with people around the world live through unprecedented levels of natural disasters due to climate change, students and faculty at […]

Justine Paul Berina ’22

Geology major assists conservation efforts through cartography in APEX Fellowship

When taking Geographic Information Systems with Shelley Judge, associate professor of geology, his junior year at The College of Wooster, Justine Paul Berina ’22 […]

Claire Wineman ’21

Scientific collaboration offers insights to farmers on soil health

Attracted to the idea of mentored research and “the opportunity to delve deeply into a topic and become an expert,” Claire Wineman ’21 came […]

Sarah McGrath '17 conducting research off the coast of Chile in summer 2019

Geology alumna ­­awarded fellowship for climate research

The research opportunities at Wooster prepared Sarah McGrath ’17 for her graduate studies

Shelley Judge, associate professor of Earth Sciences, and her advisee, Morgan Pedrozo Curry '21 share how they maintained a mentoring relationship despite challenges of the pandemic.

The Chronicle features Wooster Independent Study program and mentoring relationship

Shelley Judge, associate professor of Earth Sciences, and her advisee, Morgan Pedroso Curry ’21 share how they maintained a mentoring relationship despite challenges of the pandemic.

Kelli Baxstrom ’16

Geology alumna researches landslides after natural disasters

As a geologist for the United States Geological Survey, Kelli Baxstrom ’16 put much of the expertise learned from her time at The College […]

Tree Ring Analysis Team

AMRE | Tree Ring Analysis

Dendrochronological analysis of the tree ring series of Mountain Hemlock, Western Hemlock, European Larch, and White Oak trees Srushti Chaudhari ’22, Earth Science Mazvita […]

Students in the class explored Wooster’s campus together in a scavenger hunt.

Globally minded approach to FYS Course connects students studying remotely

First-year Seminar (FYS) courses at The College of Wooster build students’ writing and critical thinking skills in their first semester at College. Composed of […]

Students take tree samples

NSF grant supports Wooster team’s climate change research in Alaska

Researchers track temperature change through analyzing wood samples from melting glaciers

Professor Pollock works with students in her Earth Materials Class in the fall of 2019.

NSF awards grant to support underrepresented students in earth sciences

Wooster program to include experiential learning and peer mentorship opportunities

John Talbot ’81

Involvement in student organizations prepares alumnus for leadership role

CEO of California’s Milk Advisory Board, John Talbot ’81, supports dairy farmers through challenges of pandemic

Karen Alley

Wooster Professor Is Lead Author in New Study on Antarctic Conditions That Are Causing Sea-Level Rise

Karen Alley’s research on upside-down “rivers” of warm ocean water published in Science Advances