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When he started his graduate studies in 2011, Brenhin Keller had planned on a laboratory-based research career focusing on the chemistry and features of ancient rock. But at the time, his Princeton University Ph.D. advisor, Blair Schoene, was still setting up equipment in his new laboratory. He and Keller instead chose a computational project Keller could begin immediately. - "DEIXIS, The DOE CSGF Annual"
Hello! I’m Dana Sheridan (a.k.a. Dr. Dana at the Cotsen Children’s Library at Princeton University), creator of Pop Goes the Page. After we finished the book, we will take a walk across campus to Guyot Hall, home of the Department of Geosciences. Their central office space is lined with display cases full of rocks, gems, fossils, and minerals. We will look at samples of pyrite courtesy of Laurel Goodell, manager of the undergraduate labs in geosciences.
Frederick Muller Schall, Jr. graduated from Princeton University in 1937 with a degree in Geology. He subsequently spent a year studying Geology at Cambridge University, England. The "Houston Chronicle" news hosts his obituary listing.