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Richard Gaschnig Receives NSF Award

$284G award from Petrology and Geochemistry program

Richard Gaschnig stands on rock with hammer at feet

By Erica Gavin

Richard Gaschnig received a National Science Foundation award from the Petrology and Geochemistry program entitled “Collaborative Research: Tracking novel metal isotope signatures during subduction metamorphism.” The total award amount is $284,610 of which $222,600 goes to Richard’s group. Richard’s collaborator is Shelby Rader, his former postdoc, who now works at Indiana University.