Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences Harvard University Reginald A. Daly Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University invites applicants for the Reginald A. Daly Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. The Department seeks candidates in the broad field of Earth and Planetary Sciences including but not limited to: geology, geochemistry, oceanography, Earth history, geobiology, hydrology, mineralogy, mineral physics, paleomagnetism, atmospheric dynamics,...
Harry McDougal Parker passed away on 19 December, 2019, as a result of complications arising from melanoma cancer. Harry is survived by his wife Susan Kemper Parker, daughter Meg, son Winthrop, and six grand-daughters.
As part of the “Exploring Fields of Study” event hosted by the College, we are hosting an event for prospective students on Tuesday, March 2nd at 5:00 pm ET. We would love to have you there to help talk about your experience in EPS, ask questions about EPS, or just be a friendly face on Zoom. As an added bonus, the GeoSoc (the EPS undergraduate society) will be hosting a panel event about research from 5:30-6:30. Feel free to invite friends. The event details are on the...
As is our tradition in EPS, the winners of the 2019-20 EPS Teaching Award were announced at the EPS Holiday Party (remote by zoom this year). They are Sophie Coulson who won the award for her TF and Head TF positions in EPS 10, A Brief History of the Earth in the Spring 2020 term, Camille Hankel who won the award for her TF position in AM 120, Applied Linear Algebra and Big Data in the Spring 2020 term, and Hannah Nesser who won the award for her TF position in EPS 133, Atmospheric Chemistry ... Read more about EPS Teaching Awards
Please follow this link to a Harvard Gazette article featuring the work of former EPS graduate student Natalya Gomez (PhD '14) and Jerry Mitrovica. The article, citing a recent Nature publication, provides a fascinating look at the global interconnectedness of our climate, particularly of ice sheets in the Northern and Southern hemispheres.
Please follow this link to a Harvard Crimson article featuring the work of Rakesh Yadav and Jeremy Bloxham on the unique factors that may drive the weather patterns on Jupiter and Saturn. The research uses innovative simulations to model the deep convection-driven fluid dynamics occurring in both planets.