The Structural Geology & Tectonics Research Group at William & Mary has generated new knowledge about the internal architecture, tectonic processes, and geological history of the Earth (and beyond) for more than two decades.
We aim to share these discoveries, made primarily by undergraduate researchers, with the world and convey the excitement, frustration, and joy of original research.
By Nailah Johnson ’24 Last summer I worked with a team of William & Mary undergraduate students to study the geology of central Virginia. In particular,
By Chuck Bailey Scientists like their acronyms, and in some fields the more acronyms the better. Earlier this year I received a GSA AGeS-DiGS
By Meara Carlin ’22, Morgan Sanders ’22, and Chuck Bailey As summer runs ever onward the Structural Geology & Tectonics Research Group continues to
By Morgan Sanders ’22 In 2007, I made my first trip to Highland as a curious six-year-old. Now 15 years later, I have returned
By Chuck Bailey It’s summertime and the Geology department is a happening place as our research efforts are in full swing. We’ve got a
By Chuck Bailey Saturday, Feb. 26th was a day like no other. I participated in both a William & Mary departmental field trip while
Meara Carlin ’23 There is an interesting grey area when dealing with planetary geology. The first thing someone usually thinks of when geology is
Katie Cullen ’22 There’s a certain something about the ritual of putting on a record that makes the entire experience more delightful than just
By Chuck Bailey Last Saturday began with a celebratory Homecoming reception in the Geology department and finished twelve hours later, and 2,400 miles to