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ARCS Foundation - San Diego Chapter - 2010 CHECK PRESENTATIONS
Candace Kohl, ARCS President; Robin Luby, ARCS President-Elect and Liaison to SDSU; Edwina Riblet, ARCS Vice President, University Relations; SDSU President Stephen L. Weber
Candace Kohl, ARCS President; TSRI Dean James R. Williamson;
USD President Mary E. Lyons; Sally B. Hardin, Dean, Hahn School of Nursing; Candace Kohl, ARCS President; Cynthia D. Connelly,
ARCS Vice President, University ...
ARCS Vice President, University Relations, Candace Kohl; ARCS Co-President Joan Evangelou; SDSU President Stephen Weber; ARCS Scholar Karen Campbell; ARCS Liaison Joyce Butler; ARCS Scholar Juris Grasis
...ARCS Liaison Toni Nickell; Candace Kohl; TSRI President Richard Lerner; ARCS Co-President Bea Hadinger; ARCS Scholar Joie Garfunkle; TSRI Administrative Director Marylyn Rinaldi
...Sarah Godfrey; ARCS Scholar David Cerutti; UCSD Chancellor Marye Ann Fox; Joan Evangelou; Candace Kohl; ARCS Liaison Pattie Wellborn; Lisa Cashman; Harrie Hughes
...ARCS Liaison Yolanda Walther-Meade; ARCS Vice President, Fund Development, Marti Panarisi; Candace Kohl; USD President Mary Lyons; Sally Hardin, Dean, School of Nursing; Patricia Roth, Nursing Program; ARCS Scholar Jeanne Maiden
Julian StarFest Activities
Candice Kohl - Saturday, 12:30 PM
Speaker: Candace Kohl received a BA in chemistry from Carleton College in Northfield Minnesota in 1969 and a PhD in cosmochemistry from UCSD in 1975.
experimental work centered on measurements of cosmic ray produced radioactivity in lunar material and meteorites to investigate the constancy of the solar cosmic rays, the rates and extents of various processes on the lunar surface, and the exposure histories of meteorites.
work lead directly to the extension of these techniques to date terrestrial landforms including obtaining the age of formation of Meteor Crater in Arizona.
This technique has proved to be an important tool for the study of geomorphology and investigations of climate change.
has performed fieldwork on many of the impact structures in Australia, spent a field season hunting for meteorites on the Antarctic ice and a field season on top of the Greenland ice cap helping to obtain a 10,000-foot long ice core.
Candace is on the Board of Trustees of the Planetary Science Institute in Tucson, Arizona and has served on a number of committees for the Meteoritical Society.
She is active in science outreach and is on the board of several fund raising organizations for science scholarships.
has been honored by the designation of Minor Planet 4899 Candace.
volunteers with international science efforts and organizations promoting women in science.
Planetary Science Institute Board of Trustees
Dr. Candace Kohl Chemistry Dept., University of California, San Diego
Membership - The Meteoritical Society
Treasurer, Candace Kohl
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