Geology graduate student receives master’s thesis research award

30 May

Geology graduate student Erik Heider received a Barringer Family Fund award for his master’s thesis research at the Wetumpka impact crater in Elmore County. The Barringer Family Fund award is given to between three and five students each year from around the world for outstanding proposed graduate research projects in meteorite impact craters. Heider was the only domestic U.S. student chosen this year.

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