Geological Sciences Emeritus Professor Named President of Mineralogical Society of America
October 18, 2018
Mickey Gunter, a university distinguished professor emeritus and previous Department of Geological Sciences chair, will become the president of the Mineralogical Society of America in November. The society strives to advance the study of minerals, crystals, rocks and the chemistry of the Earth. Among other duties, Gunter will preside over the society's 100th anniversary celebrations at the Smithsonian Institution and the Carnegie Institute in Washington, D.C.
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