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Class of 2005 Award

The Class of 2005 mapping fund was set up by the graduating year group of 2005.

The fund was set up to award contributions to the Part II undergraduate mapping projects. Each year, the 2005 graduates decide which mapping groups to support based upon the students' completed applications forms.

"We as a group really appreciated the geology field trips and the friendliness of the department. We therefore felt it was appropriate to set up this alumni fund. Although it is only modest, we hope that it will grow through time and each leaving year group will consider setting up a similar fund."

Class of 2005

The Class of 2005 back: John Elliott, Jamie Knibbs, Niall Sayers, Jon Farrant, Dan Hobley, Jake Hall, Tom Russon, Andy Wilson; front: Helena Warrington, Bernadette Symons, Virginia Hooper, Caroline Sindrey, Sam Large, Sarah Lyle, Jo Ellis, Katie Whitters, Natalie Parker, Laura Teskey, Kirsty Harrison; not in photo: Anna Bebington, Ruth McKnight, Corin Hughes, Fran Barrigan.

2016 recipients

Alice Boyd, Bethany Jackson, Tessa Lee, Lauren Broadfield

Geological Mapping of the Iglesiente-Sulcis region of south-western Sardinia

2016 class gift report
Celebrating the last day of mapping

 

Nick Tubbs, Charlie Eardley, Fabian Braeuer, William de Falbe

Geological Mapping of Ornö, an Island in the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden

Team - geological mapping of Ornö
The team, sat on banded gneiss. Left to right: Charlie, William, Fabian, and Nick

2015 recipients

Matthew Chadwick, Daniel Thorpe, Chris Matthews, Josh Kellie, David Sohr, Matt Ball & Tom Perkins

Geological Mapping of the Mamonia Complex in southwest Cyprus

2015 Mapping class recipients
Mapping the Mamonia Complex

2014 recipients

Laura Briggs, Krishan Patel & Holly Zhang

Geological Mapping of the Isle of Kerrera, Western Scotland

2014 Mapping class recipients
Geological map of South Kerrera, Inner Hebrides

 

Upcoming events

2017 Alumni Day and Dinner

May 13, 2017

Department of Earth Sciences

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Sarah Humbert, Earth Sciences Librarian, gives her impressions - as a non-geologist - from the Dorset leg of the SW fieldtrip 2016

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Clare Donaldson details the adventures of the Part III students on their final field trip to Spain in April 2016

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