The Horizon

Visiting geosciences professor ‘explores’ career at IUS

Visiting geosciences professor ‘explores’ career at IUS

Bryce Shreve, Managing Editor

September 3, 2019

Jeremy Weremeichik’s passion for geology began in his high school earth science class, where his teacher led the class through a tour of a cave in upstate New York. Weremeichik and his peers waded through water almost reaching their waists, navigating a wild cave, which is a cave without conventional...

Glenn Mason, IUS geology professor, dies

Glenn Mason at Yellowstone National Park. Photo courtesy of Clint Franklin

Candace Leilani, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2018

Words only describe so much of something. In this case of a well-loved geology professor; actions speak louder than words.  Within the IUS Natural Sciences building, family was the word used to describe the relationship many had with Mason, coordinator of the Department of Geosciences. Student...

Geology adjunct explores through travel

IUS Horizon

November 11, 2012

Like most young adults, Ronald Endris, adjunct professor of geology, went to college right out of high school. He said he did not feel as though college was for him, so he decided to quit attending. However, it did not take long for Endris to realize he had made a mistake. He realized he wanted t...