Timothy Melbourne received $97,194 from NASA for Year 3 of his "Hazards Mitigation Through Real-Time Positioning of the Pacific Northwest Geodetic Array" project.
Susan Kaspari received an additional $8,951 from the Washington State Department of Ecology for her project, "Yakima Wintertime Nitrate Study (YAWNS)."
"Secondhand Geology," a sculpture made of blocks of crushed stainless steel, will be installed May 1CWU Geologist, Mathematician To Speak At Ellensburg Earth Day March For Science
Geology professor Susan Kaspari, and mathematics professor Dominic Klyve will speak tomorrow at theCWU Scientist To Speak At Seattle March For Science April 22
Geology professor and AAAS Science award-winner Anne Egger is an invited speaker at Seattle's March