• Ring shear device up and running!

    Nearly 2 years after its conception, the Structure Lab’s ring shear device is up and running. The soothing green glow is from a laser sheet… Read More

  • Jacqueline Reber earns NSF CAREER award

    Congratulations to Dr. Jacqueline Reber, assistant professor in geology, who has been awarded a National Science Foundation 2019 Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award, one… Read More

  • Congratulations Jeremy!

    Everyone at The Structure Lab would like to congratulate Jeremy Randolph-Flag for successfully defending his Master’s thesis: Experimental analysis of the effect of grain size… Read More

  • 2018 North Central GSA

    The Structure Lab will be presenting at the 2018 North Central GSA meeting April 16-17 in beautiful Ames, IA. Come see us at T29: Structural… Read More

  • AMTP meeting report in Eos

    Last spring’s Analog Modeling of Tectonic Processes conference got a write up in this month’s Eos. Check it out. Read More

  • GSA 2017

    Jacqueline, Tom, and Jeremy recently returned from the 2017 National GSA meeting in Seattle. Jacqueline presented a talk on her numerical modeling… Read More

  • Field trip to the Swiss Alps

    It is finally here! We will have an international field trip coming this summer! The trip will lead us to the Alps next August… Read More

  • AMTP Conference

    Last week, we participated the in the Analog Modeling of Tectonic Processes conference in Austin, TX. The workshop, organized by Jacqueline as well as Liz… Read More

  • Macalester Visit

    In February, Dr. Alan Chapman from Macalester College brought his Structural Geology class to our lab in Ames using support from the UMass Analog Modeling… Read More

  • Congrats to Emily Ross!

    Emily (Carleton College ’17) has been awarded the Watson Fellowship for international study and travel in the 2017-18… Read More