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Sat, 10 Oct 2020 10:05:00 -0400
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Hi All,

I am really tired of showing all old white dudes in my isotope geochemistry class. I’m hoping to put together a more diverse list of names and faces I can include. There are some obvious ones (Curie for example) but I could use a broader list. While I would welcome all suggestions, in particular I was hoping to make a list of indigenous isotope geochemists for Indigenous People’s day on Monday. 

Can the collective hive mind help me out here?

I wonder if we could get a bit of funding from AGU or the Geochemical Society to help write Wikipedia pages sharing the stories of these more diverse contributions to our field.

Thanks!
Steve

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Stephen Romaniello, PhD
Gerald D. Sisk Associate Professor of Isotope Geochemistry
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
University of Tennessee Knoxville
Knoxville TN 37916
m. 860-462-6906

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