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Stanford Earth 2019 Alumni Awards

Minerals Leader Brad Mills recognized with Distinguished Alumni Award

An exploration geologist with vast business expertise, Mills sees a role for natural resources in renewing communities.

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Xyoli Pérez-Campos receives Early- to Mid-Career Alumni Award

A professor and head of the National Seismological Service of Mexico, Pérez-Campos is the “public face of earthquakes in Mexico.”

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Past Alumni Awards

Past Awards

Larry Funkouser receives award from Steve Graham
Lawrence W. Funkhouser

MS '48

Distinguished Alumni Award 2018

Jessica Watkins
Jessica Watkins

BS '10

Early- to Mid-Career Award 2018

George A. Thompson in 1984
George A. Thompson

PhD '49

Distinguished Alumni Award 2017

Edgar Rangel-German. Photo credit: Grecia Ramirez-Ovalle
Edgar Rangel-German

MS '98, PhD '03

Early- to Mid-Career Award 2017

Bob Coleman recieves award. Photo by Stacy Geiken
Robert G. Coleman

PhD '57

Distinguished Alumni Award 2016

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Alumni News & Features

Geophysics alumna awarded for earthquake research

Greg Beroza comments on work by his former student, Marine Denolle, PhD '14, who received the 2019 Charles F. Richter Early Career Award for research on ground motion predictions for future earthquakes.

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Studying Hawaii's Kilauea volcano up close

Geophysics alum Kyle Anderson, PhD '12, is part of a team of USGS scientists helping to monitor lava flows and activity at the summit of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano.

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Creating a more sustainable steak

Christine Su studied sustainable grazing systems in Stanford Earth's E-IPER program. Now 9,000 ranchers use her app, PastureMap, to make better decisions about where to graze cattle.

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Designing landscapes beyond the backyard

Kate Hayes, Earth Systems ’08, uses her interdisciplinary background to design and build landscapes that bring people closer to the environment.

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Alumna among first Knight-Hennessy scholars

Earth Systems alumna Amanda Zerbe will study environment and resources as well as law.

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Stanford Earth graduate may be Mars bound

Jessica Watkins may be one of the first humans to set foot on another planet. She's part of a NASA class selected with Mars missions in mind.

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Earth Systems Program Celebrates 25 Years

Alumni, faculty, students, and staff gather to celebrate and share stories of putting learning into action.

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A conversation with Dean Stephan Graham

What is on the new dean's mind as he settles into the role? And how did he become interested in geology in the first place?

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You can support teaching and learning through annual giving to the Stanford Earth Fund, special matching opportunities, and more:

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