This fall, the second in a series of Big Earth Hackathons focused on finding innovative solutions for global problems. The competition’s water theme encompassed issues that are key to our survival as a species.
Stanford Earth's 2018 photo contest drew nearly 200 photographs from around the world from faculty, students, and staff. Photos captured the natural world, students at work in the field, and research in the lab.
The 2018 Geophysical Journal International Student Author Award has been awarded to Karianne Bergen, PhD '18, for a paper co-authored with Greg Beroza detailing three new methods for detecting earthquakes.
During the summer of 2018, eight students traveled to South Africa with the Stanford Alpine Project (SAP), an organization that gives Stanford students a chance to design and implement a student-led field excursion that is accessible to all Earth scientists.