UTIG Ph.D. student Sophie Goliber jumped right into UTIG and the the UT Jackson School of Geosciences by volunteering to help plan Brown Bag Seminars and the Student Research Symposium. She is currently in her first year here at UT and we caught up with her to learn more about what it’s like to be a […]
UTIG researchers are currently in East Antarctica as part of our EAGLE (East Antarctic Grounding Line Experiment) project funded by National Science Foundation. The group is studying interactions between the ocean, grounding line, and subglacial hydrology in East Antarctica. Donald Blankenship is the primary investigator, fieldwork has been led by Duncan Young, and analysis is led by Jamin […]
UTIG Ph.D. student Stefano Nerozzi was recently awarded an Endowed Presidential Scholarship by the George Marshall Endowment. We caught up with Stefano to learn about his work and studies here at UTIG. Degree Working Towards/Anticipated Graduation: Ph.D. Geological Sciences, May 2019 What is the focus of your studies? I study the north polar region of Mars, specifically […]
Collaborating with NASA, ice-penetrating radar developed at the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics will be included on the mission to Europa.