Joining the AE team at Geochronology

Geochronology is a new journal from the European Geosciences Union that "provide(s) a unified outlet for high-quality basic and applied research in geochronology, independent of technique used or timescale considered." The journal is fully open access (including the peer review processs!). As one of the Associate Editors at Geochronology, I encourage you to submit your work …

#LPSC2019

After a several-month-long break from the conference scene, I'm back at it attending my first Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) in The Woodlands, Texas! Even though it is my first LPSC, this conference has been going on for 50 years, and also mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo missions to the Moon. How …

@science_a_thon #dayofscience to support the Earth Science Women’s Network (ESWN)

If you follow me on social media or have checked out the embedded Twitter feed on my website (-->), you'll know that I'm fundraising this week for the Earth Science Women's Network (ESWN) through an event called Science-A-Thon! ESWN is a non-profit international peer-mentoring network dedicated to supporting current and future scientists. For me personally, this …

Charles and Nancy Naeser Prize

Last week, the 16th International Conference on Thermochronology was held in Quedlinburg, Germany. I was incredibly honored to receive the Charles and Nancy Naeser Prize at this conference, which is awarded on behalf of the thermochronology community by the International Standing Committee to an early career scientist who has made an outstanding and/or innovative contribution …