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October 2020 - Letter from the Directors

October 2020 Letter from the Directors Banner, Pumpkins on Zoom by Olivier Gagné

From pandemic planning to virtual pumpkin picking, this year has brought a lot of dark clouds but it's also brought some surprising silver linings. In this month's newsletter, the Directors look back at the last seven months to see what's changed—and what we can celebrate—about campus life at the Earth and Planets Laboratory. 

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Carnegie Alum Jackie Faherty Wins Vera Rubin Early Career Prize

Postdocs Jackie Faherty and Johanna Teske pose with Staff Astronomer Alycia Weinberger

Earth & Planets Laboratory (EPL) congratulates alum Jackie Faherty, who recently received the American Astronomical Society’s 2020 Vera Rubin Early Career Prize. 

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September 2020 - Letter from the Directors

September Letter from the Directors

In September 2020 we celebrated our postdocs and found new ways to connect with the world, including our newly-virtual Neighborhood Lecture Series. 

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More than 300 Attend Virtual Presentation of "Earth's First Crust"

Screen Shot from Earths First Crust NLS Event

On September 24, 2020, Richard Carlson, Director of the Earth & Planets Laboratory (EPL), presented Earth's First Crust to a virtual crowd of more than 300 participants.

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Join Us for the Fall 2020 Virtual Neighborhood Lecture Series

 Artist conception of the Moon forming from a synestia, a hypothesized rapidly spinning donut-shaped mass of vaporized rock. Carnegie field crew on 3.5 billion year old rocks at Point Lake, NWT, Canada. Scientists search for what’s left of Earth’s oldest

After postponing our lectures this spring, we're thrilled to announce that the Neighborhood Lecture Series is back—virtually of course. The silver lining? Now that the lectures are being held online, the whole world is our neighborhood!
 

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August 2020 - Letter from the Directors

August 2020 Letter from the Directors - Crator

Normally August is a quiet time on campus as staff are out on summer holidays or off doing field work in remote corners of the world.  This year is different in so many ways.  

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