Rebecca LaRue

From the Parks to the Polls: National Parks, Place Attachment, and Environmental Voting Behavior

Name: Rebecca LaRue Major: Political Science (U.S. National Politics) Minors: Geology, Education Advisors: Dr. Bas van Doorn My project examines the relationship between National […]

Justine Paul Berina

Unearthing the effects of European-American settlement on a northeast Ohio kettle lake through diatom stratigraphy

Name: Justine Paul Berina Major: Geology Advisors: Mark Wilson & Greg Wiles Recently, wetland conservation has highlighted the necessity for assessing limnological changes following […]

Students participate in B-wiser Science Camp in 2019.

B-WISER Summer Science Camp runs June 12-17

The Buckeye Women in Science, Engineering, and Research (B-WISER), an educational partnership of The College of Wooster and the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation, will […]

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 […]

Trinda Bedrossian ’69

Trinda Bedrossian ’69 captures 165 years of California’s geological history

Following the 150-year anniversary of the California Geological Survey (CGS), Trinda Bedrossian ’69, a geology major at The College of Wooster, felt inspired to […]

Justine Paul Berina

APEX Fellowship | Justine Paul Berina

Major: Geology Class Year: 2022 Pronouns: He/Him/His Faculty Mentor: Dr. David McConnell As a GIS intern at the World Wildlife Fund, I mapped the […]

Grace Braver

APEX Fellowship | Grace Braver

Major: Geology Class Year: 2023 Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Faculty Mentor: Dr. Leslie Wingard As a wrangler for the French Broad Outpost Ranch in Del Rio, […]

Students pose for Community water project at The College of Wooster

AMRE | Community Water

Chamari Abercrombie ’24 | Neuroscience & Spanish Layali Banna ’22 | Geology Mazvita Chikomo ’22 | Environmental Geoscience Grace Hodges ’23 | Biology & […]

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 […]

Centuries-old black oak falls on Wooster campus

A mighty oak has fallen. An Oak Grove tree that stood for more than two centuries came down on Monday at The College of […]

Grace Braver '23

Geology major learns perseverance through working with horses

When her sister recommended a wrangler position at the French Broad Outpost Ranch for a summer internship, Grace Braver ’23 knew it would be […]

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 […]

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

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 […]

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

Elyse Zavar ’07

Geology alumna named 2020 Early-Career Research Fellow

Research by Elyse Zavar ’07 studies long-term community recovery from natural disasters

Mark Wilson

Wilson publication uses complex fossil database to explore evolutionary events

Trace fossils reveal evidence of ecological engineering by ancient organisms

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

Paleoenvironments Containing Coryphodon in the Fort Union and Willwood Formations Spanning the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), Bighorn Basin, Wyoming

Student: Emily Randall Major: Geology Minor: Environmental Studies Wooster Advisor: Dr. Mark Wilson, Dr. Karen Alley Keck Advisors: Dr. Michael D’Emic, Dr. Simone Hoffmann, […]