Title: The Robert J. Weimer Distinguished Endowed Chair in Sedimentary and Petroleum Geology at the Colorado School of Mines Publication: The Outcrop, December 2012, p. 6-7 Dr. Bob Weimer, Colorado School of Mines Professor Emeritus, was recently honored at a reception where it was announced that a new Distinguished Endowed Chair in Sedimentary and Petroleum Geology was dedicated in … More The Robert J. Weimer Distinguished Endowed Chair in Sedimentary and Petroleum Geology at the Colorado School of Mines
Title: REE-Thinking the Future – 2011 CSM SEG Student Chapter Mini-Symposium on Rare Earth Element Geology Author: Wesley S. Hall, President, CMS SEG Student Chapter Publication: The Outcrop, March 2012, p. 6-8 The seventeen elements that make up the lanthanides (atomic numbers 57-71), plus yttrium and scandium are considered rare earth elements (REEs), which are further divided into LREEs (La through … More REE-Thinking the Future – 2011 CSM SEG Student Chapter Mini-Symposium on Rare Earth Element Geology
Title: A Parting Interview with Roger Slatt, Ph.D. Author: Ginger S. Dodson Publication: The Outcrop, September 2000, p. 1, 8, 12 During the past eight years Dr. Roger Slatt was Director of the Department of Geology and Geophysics at the Colorado School of Mines (CSM). In July Dr. Slatt left Colorado for Norman, Oklahoma, where he … More A Parting Interview with Roger Slatt, Ph.D.
Title: Crow Native American Makes History with Ph.D. in Geology Author: Misti D. Brady, Colorado School Of Mines, Office Of Public Affairs Publication: The Outcrop, March 2000, p. 9 Russell Stands Over Bull became the first Crow Native American to earn a Ph.D. in geology when he graduated Dec. 17, 1999, from the Colorado School of Mines … More Crow Native American Makes History with Ph.D. in Geology
Title: Colorado Celebrates Earth Science Week Author: Susan Landon Publication: The Outcrop, February 2000, p. 10, 17 Earth Science Week (ESW) is a chance for the public to hear geologists share their knowledge and enthusiasm for the earth sciences. The American Geological Institute (AGI) sponsors ESW. In 1999, thirty-five governors, including Governor Owens, signed proclamations designating … More Colorado Celebrates Earth Science Week
Title: Dear RMAG Foundation [letter] From: Ted Kendall & Mari Clark, Co-Chairs, Public Perception Committee Published in: The Outcrop, December 2008, p. 17 Dear RMAG Foundation: Thank you very much for your donation of $1,000.00 to the Desk & Derrick Club of Denver’s Magic Suitcase educational program in 2008. The funds were used to purchase … More Dear RMAG Foundation
Title: RMAG is on a Role! Author: Clare P. Marshall Publication: The Outcrop, Dec. 2006, p. 30 On October 7, 15 members of RMAG assisted with the third annual Rocks and Roles: Women on the Ridge. This celebration of women in geology is cosponsored by the Girl Scouts Mile Hi Council and the Association for … More RMAG is on a Role!
Title: Should you ever stop learning? Author: Bob Cluff Publication: The Outcrop, October 2006, p. 3, 5-6 “We don’t need no education…”1 It’s late August and we’re packing up the boy to return to Wisconsin and our girl is heading back to CSU. Plus, I ran out of college sweatshirts with this month’s picture, at … More President’s Column – October 2006
Title: Boy Scout Day at Dinosaur Ridge Publication: The Outcrop, July 2006, p. 26 On Saturday May 6, RMAG volunteers ventured out to Dinosaur Ridge for the first annual “Boy Scout Geology Discovery Day.” The Friends of Dinosaur Ridge organized the event to provide scouts an opportunity to earn their geology awards and merit badges. Approximately … More Boy Scout Day at Dinosaur Ridge
Title: Ain’t Got No Paleo! Publication: The Outcrop, June 2006, p. 14 In order to broaden the education of geoscience and zoology students at Colorado State University, undergraduates have taken on the task of organizing a paleontology class for the Fall 2006 semester. This class will qualify as an upper division elective. The class will … More Ain’t Got No Paleo!