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Geology of I-26 Earth Day Celebration Morrel's Cave
Geology of I-26e Earth Day Celebration Morrel's Cave

 Mission Statement : The purpose of this organization shall be to support and advance geosciences on the ETSU campus and in the community at large.


Dr. Michael Whitelaw
Department of Geosciences
(423) 439-7528


Dr. Ingrid Luffman
Department of Geosciences
(423) 439-7551

Student Organizations

morrel's cave

Morrel's Cave

Field Trips:
Geology of Lake Watauga (by pontoon boat), Morrel's Cave (semi-wild cave exploration), Laurel Falls Hike, Little Ray Mica Mine, Little Pine Garnet Mine, Newdale Dunite Mine, Bandana Sinkhole and Marble Mine, Geology of I-26, Middlesboro Meteorite Crater, Geology of Pound Gap, Geology of I-19, Geology of Big Stone Gap, Rye Cove Fossil Collecting, Geology of Doe River Gorge, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Morristown National Weather, Service Office Tour, Gray Fossil Site, Biltmore House, Barter Theatre

student vs. faculty throwdown

Student vs. Faculty Throwdown; Faculty Won!

Open Street Mapping Party with Randall Hale, Geo Movie Nights, Earth Day Cookout and Celebration, Relay for Life, Fall Bash, International Thanksgiving Food Fest, GIS Seminar, Student vs. Faculty Throwdown

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Conference 2011; Grand Canyon

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Conference 2011; Grand Canyon

The club sponsors student travel to academic conferences
Graduate Student of the Year
Undergraduate Student of the Year



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