Keep in Touch!
We take pride in the sense of community that has characterized the Department of Geosciences since our beginnings as the Department of Earth and Space Sciences in 1965. As time goes on, our departmental family has grown and we are more spread out through space and time than ever before – making it harder to keep in touch.
Over the years we’ve often relied on the Alumni Association to provide us with your e-mail and conventional addresses. Recognizing that many of you might prefer to avoid general Alumni Association promotions and instead have more direct communication with the department, we’ve decided to again gather our own address information.
To that end, we’ve created a survey we’d like you to complete to give us your basic contact information and also, if you like, let us know what you’ve been up to. We will not share this outside of the department without first seeking your approval.
You may also want to create or update your profile with the Alumni Association: http://alumniandfriends.stonybrook.edu/
The Alumni Association offers you some choices regarding what kinds of communication you’d like to receive from them but we really have little influence over what they do. On the other hand, if we don’t have contact information for our alums, we will use their information to contact you if they have any.
We look forward to hearing from you and keeping you up to date on what’s happening in our Department of Geosciences.
(Daniel.Davis "at" stonybrook.edu)
Giving to the Department of Geosciences
Your contributions to the Department are most welcome and appreciated! If you are interested in making a gift to the department, there are six funds to select from. and two ways to give:
(1) You can give directly online by using the links below (just click on the corresponding fund number)
(2) You can write a check payable to Stony Brook Foundation, Fund #XXXXXX, and mail it directly to us at:
Department of Geosciences, Chairperson
Stony Brook University
255 ESS Building
Stony Brook, NY 11794-2100
Either way, we thank you!
· Department of Geosciences Undergraduate Fund (# 299660)
...supporting a wide range of activities that enhance the undergraduate experience, as well as our annual awards for student excellence.
· David E. King Field Work Award (#236421)
...supporting graduate student field work.
· Center for Advancement of Earth and Space Science Education (#264920)
...directed toward enhancing education through outreach and advanced training of the next generation of science educators.
· Oliver Schaeffer Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund (#236537)
...awarded to support a senior who has demonstrated exceptional scholarship and promise.
· Mineral Physics Student Fund in Geosciences (#229280)
...supporting student travel to do experimental work at synchrotron and neutron facilities.
· Robert Liebermann Endowed Graduate Fellowship (#242370)
...honoring our own Bob Liebermann and designed to support an outstanding graduate student
Thanks for your support!
News & Announcements
Dr. Lars Ehm will be delivering a lecture entitled "Earth Materials in Focus: What Synchrotron Radiation Can Tell You About Structure and Properties at Extreme Conditions" on Thursday, 01/26/17 at 4:00pm in the Hanson Seminar Room (ESS 123)
Geosciences Department Newsletter
Melissa Sims chosen to introduce Secretary of Energy at NSLS-II Dedication
Celebrating Robert Cooper Liebermann
Professor Joel Hurowitz named Deputy PI for Mars 2020 Rover Instrument
PhD Student Yuyan (Sara) Zhao selected for Prestigious Dwornik Award
Professor Timothy Glotch to lead NASA funded research team
Professor Martin Schoonen named Chairman of the Environmental Sciences Department at BNL
Professors John Parise and Artem Oganov pursue Materials Genome Initiative
Professor Deanne Rogers finds evidence for past groundwater on Mars
Professor Robert Liebermann accepts Edward A. Flinn Award
Professor Scott McLennan selected for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory Team