Dinosaur Ridge Boy Scout Day – 2013

Title: Dinosaur Ridge Boy Scout Day Author: Gregg Guyer Publication: The Outcrop, May 2013, p. 34-35 Growing up here in Colorado I was exposed to so many different experiences. Many of those experiences were because of my involvement in Scouting. I remember learning about Geology, and Paleontology in Scouts and taking many day trips to Alameda Ave and the Dakota Hogback to look at … More Dinosaur Ridge Boy Scout Day – 2013

The Robert J. Weimer Distinguished Endowed Chair in Sedimentary and Petroleum Geology at the Colorado School of Mines

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

REE-Thinking the Future – 2011 CSM SEG Student Chapter Mini-Symposium on Rare Earth Element Geology

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

Crow Native American Makes History with Ph.D. in Geology

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

Colorado Celebrates Earth Science Week

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

Dear RMAG Foundation

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

RMAG is on a Role!

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!