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  • David Jennings and his students take a behind the scenes look at the WJHL studio.

    WJHL tour with Chief Meteorologist Mark Reynolds.

  • The Nashville Zoo is home to a family of three Baird’s tapirs: JuJu is the mother of two male calves, Tybalt is her first (nearly two years old), and the recent addition, Kuzco, was born in March born on March 7th.

    Tapir family at the Nashville Zoo: JuJu and her two male calves, Tybalt and Kuzco.

  • Dr. Wallace gave a presentation on the fossil history of tapirs at the Nashville Zoo that was open to the public. During the talk Wallace highlighted the Gray Fossil Site and the importance of its fossil tapirs for helping save living tapirs (all four species are endangered). The talk was part of the Zoo’s 3rd annual Party for the Planet celebration.

    Dr. Wallace presents on Tapirs at the Nashville Zoo.

  • Dr. Arpita Nandi conducts work in the field with students from the ETSU Geosciences Department.

    Dr. Arpita Nandi conducts field research with her students.

  • Louisiana Field Experience with Dr. Andrew Joyner and WIlliamTollefson.

    Louisiana Field Experience

  • Congratulations Class of 2018!

    Graduation 2018!

  • William Tollefson provides drone knowledge to his class. #ETSUGeosciences

    Drone fun!



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