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EARTH: Subducted seawater the source of fluid-rich diamonds

Cortney Cameron Cameron is graduate student studying geophysics In Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Sciences Department and an extern at EARTH has published an article regarding "subducted seawater the source of fluid-rich diamonds"  Please read...
 
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NCCU Team Victorious At N.C. World Geography Bowl

For the first time in its history, North Carolina Central University’s World Geography Bowl team emerged as winner of the state title at the September 2015, competition at the University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG). Students from NCCU, East Carolina University, UNC Chapel Hill, UNC Charlotte, UNC...
 
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North Carolina Central – 2015 North Carolina World Geogr

For the first time in its history the team from North Carolina Central University emerged as Champions! Congratulations to Mary Booze, Mustapha Sannoh, Christian Surratt, Miracle Thomas, Nicholas Foggie, Cristan Zdanski, and undergraduate MVP, Zuri Gurganious, for representing the department of Environmental, Earth and...
 
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Masters of Arts in Earth Science - Spring 2015

Graduating Master's students from Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Science
 
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Earth Day

Earth Day
 
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Environmental Science Research

“Dr. John Bang, faculty in the department, has published two journal articles related to pollutant exposure induced inflammatory process, molecular level dysfunctions, cancers, and treatment by selenium proteins in two international journals including Endocrine-Related Cancer and International Journal of Biological...
 
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National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) 2015

Three North Carolina Central University Earth Science graduate students, Glenn Koch, Nelson Holden and Zuri Sneed, and their faculty advisor, Dr. Gordana Vlahovic, spent their Spring Break in the Washington, DC area learning about the use of geospatial technology by several government agencies. The visit included...
 
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National Society for Black Physicists (NSBP) Conference

Three students from North Carolina Central University attended the National Society for Black Physicists (NSBP) conference in Baltimore, Md., Feb. 25 -28, 2015.  NSBP promotes the presence of African- Americans physicists and their contributions to the physics community and the science community at large.  This...
 
 
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