Back by popular demand – The Redbeds!
Hello Earth and Planetary Science Alumni,
In recent years, I have heard a common theme - you like keeping up with the department and I hear you. The Redbeds provided an important link to the comings and goings in the department. It is back, using an electronic... Read More: Message from the Chair
372 kg of Moon Rock and "Soil"
Written by Alissa Madera, Graduate Student in the Rutgers Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
In 1972, Apollo 17 astronauts collected and sealed “soil” samples from... Houston, We’re Going Back to the Moon!
Cheers to 150 Years!
By Carol Peters, EOAS Communications Team**
*This article was first published by the Institute of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences on March 22, 2022.
As the first and oldest... Rutgers Geology Museum Celebrates 150 Years
Honoring an EPS Fixture
Written by Dr. Gail Ashley and Dr. Martha Withjack
It is with great sadness that we report the death of our colleague, Robert E. Sheridan, on October 7, 2021. Bob was a... Robert Sheridan, a Tribute
Look to the Red Planet and Beyond!
Written by Lauren Neitzke Adamo
Dr. Lujendra (Luju) Ojha joined the faculty in Earth and Planetary Sciences (EPS) in 2019 after completing a prestigious Balustein... Dr. Lujendra Ojha Explores Mars and New Exoplanets
End of an Era with Dr. Gail Ashley's Retirement
Written by Jim Browning
After teaching Sedimentology to several generations of geology students and supervising 39 graduate students, Distinguished... The Ashleyocene