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Martin JacksonNew Salt Tectonics Complex Honors Martin Jackson

Dr. Jackson is a pioneer in the modern study of salt tectonics. To honor his contributions, the BEG has launched an effort to raise funding towards a newly renovated Salt Tectonics Modeling… read more

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Bill CarlsonHonoring a Geoscience Trail Blazer

Although Dr. Bill Carlson is retired from the Forty Acres, his legacy will live on through a new endowment that supports undergraduate geoscience research… read more

Bureau of Economic Geology Expands Research CapacityBureau of Economic Geology Expands Research Capacity

The Jackson School’s Bureau of Economic Geology (BEG) is undertaking a crucial campaign to fund major upgrades to its research… read more

GeoforceFriends of GeoFORCE Endowment

June 1, 2014 marks the start of the 10 year anniversary of GeoFORCE. In order to highlight this momentous milestone, the GeoFORCE Advisory Committee has launched… read more

Dr. Rodulfo Prieto CedraroIn Memory of Dr. Rodulfo Prieto Cedraro

Our dear friend Rodulfo left us too soon. Those of us who knew him will always remember him as an honorable man who was dedicated to his family and his profession. He was a… read more

Texas Soil Observation NetworkTexas Soil Observation Network – Get a Soil Moisture Station on Your Ranch

The Jackson School is working to address the Texas drought through a better understanding of soil moisture in collaboration with a new NASA mission. read more

The Writer in Residence ProjectThe Writer in Residence Project

Writing is one of the most critical skillsets for any student to master. Successful geoscience leaders must be capable of communicating effectively through the written word. Most… read more

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