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2014 Alumni of the Year - Mark Zeko

About Mark Zeko Mark graduated from C.S.U.F. with a Bachelor of Science in Geology in 1987 and a Master of Science in Environmental Science / Hydrogeology

Geology Student Research Day 2014

5th Annual C.S.U.F. Geological Sciences Research Day April 25, 2014, Friday, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM At the Garden Cafe patio in the lower

Whale Fossils in Chile with Dr. James Parham

Cal State Fullerton scientist James Parham and colleagues from the Smithsonian Institution, Universidad de Chile and other institutions have discovered complete skeletons of 6-9 million-year-old whales and

Matthew Kirby on National Geographic Channel

Cal State Fullerton geologist Matthew Kirby is lead investigator of the National Geographic Channel special, "Sinkholes: Swallowed Alive," scheduled to air Jan. 27 (4 p.m.

Meet Dr. Sean J. Loyd

Geochemistry Researcher Explores Early Life and Climate Change Geologist Sean J. Loyd is interested in learning more about how carbonate rocks, such as limestones, can be

Legless Lizards Discovery by James Parham

Dr. James Parham of Cal State Fullerton Geological Sciences and a research colleague at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at Berkeley have discovered four new species of legless

Graduate Student Showcased

Many kids have a fascination with dinosaurs. Cal State Fullerton geology teacher and paleontology graduate student Peter Kloess was one of those kids and is now

Geology Students and Dr. Nicole Bonuso Hike the Grand Canyon over Spring Break

Dr. Nicole Bonuso will lead a group of about 40 students from her Earth History (GEOL 201) class on a five-day trip to the Grand

John Foster Retires

Dr. John H. Foster celebrated his retirement with more than one hundred friends, family, faculty, and students on Friday, November 1, 2013 at a Fullerton

Study Abroad in Thailand

GEOL 371 Earth Science Issues in ThailandSummer 2014: June 26-July 31     The Course    Earth Science Issues in Thailand (E.S.I.T.) is a 3-unit class

The Hunt for Paleotsunamis in Southern California

Dr. Matthew Kirby and Dr. Brady Rhodes are conducting a pilot study to hunt for geological signs in sediment preserved in Southern California's wetlands to

Dr. Jere Lipps, Cooper Center Director

Dr. Jere H. Lipps is the newly named director of Orange County's John D. Cooper Center for Archaeological and Paleontological Curation and Research, a partnership

2014 Alumni of the Year - Mark Zeko

2014 Alumni of the Year - Mark Zeko

About Mark Zeko Mark graduated from C.S.U.F. with

Geology Student Research Day 2014

Geology Student Research Day 2014

5th Annual C.S.U.F. Geological Sciences Research Day

Whale Fossils in Chile with Dr. James Parham

Whale Fossils in Chile with Dr. James Parham

Cal State Fullerton scientist James Parham and colleagues from

Matthew Kirby on National Geographic Channel

Matthew Kirby on National Geographic Channel

Cal State Fullerton geologist Matthew Kirby is

Meet Dr. Sean J. Loyd

Meet Dr. Sean J. Loyd

Geochemistry Researcher Explores Early Life and Climate

Legless Lizards Discovery by James Parham

Legless Lizards Discovery by James Parham

Dr. James Parham of Cal State Fullerton

Graduate Student Showcased

Graduate Student Showcased

Many kids have a fascination with dinosaurs. Cal

Geology Students and Dr. Nicole Bonuso Hike the Grand Canyon over Spring Break

Geology Students and Dr. Nicole Bonuso Hike the Grand Canyon over Spring Break

Dr. Nicole Bonuso will lead a group

John Foster Retires

John Foster Retires

Dr. John H. Foster celebrated his retirement

Study Abroad in Thailand

Study Abroad in Thailand

GEOL 371 Earth Science Issues in ThailandSummer

The Hunt for Paleotsunamis in Southern California

The Hunt for Paleotsunamis in Southern California

Dr. Matthew Kirby and Dr. Brady Rhodes

Dr. Jere Lipps, Cooper Center Director

Dr. Jere Lipps, Cooper Center Director

Dr. Jere H. Lipps is the newly

Alumni Spotlight

2nd Annual Fall Alumni Dinner
October 10, 2014, 6 PM
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See what the Geology Department students are up to