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Susan Eriksson & Cara Hollis

Two UK Arts & Sciences geology graduates who learned that they share quite a bit in common are working together to share what they’ve earned in their careers with current students interested in science.

Bourbon, A Product of Kentucky Geology: Alan Fryar

Bourbon is a Kentucky tradition and Alan Fryar, a hydrogeologist and a professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, explains the relationships between Kentucky limestone, ground water systems and bourbon.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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Seminar Video: Ratajeski

Kent Ratajeski talks about his experience with Online Education with his course, GLY 110: Environmental Geology

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Ashley Barton and Donny Loughry

Earth and Environmental Sciences Graduate Students

Ganesh Tripathi

Earth and Environmental Science Graduate Student

Trevor Strosnider

Earth & Environmental Sciences Undergraduate

Susan Eriksson

Susan (Camenisch) Eriksson started her studies at UK as a music major, with a focus on piano. But when she took an honors section of geology during her junior year, she was hooked.
“After one exam, I went up to the TA and said, I love this, I love, this, I love this!” she recalls. “I was so excited. I said I wished I had found geology as a freshman.”

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