Curt Stanley elected to Texas A&M Geology and Geophysics Departmental Advisory Council (GEODAC)
Texas A&M has one of the largest geosciences departments in the world with approximately 450 students enrolled in the undergraduate program and 125 students enrolled in graduate programs. In addition, there are approximately 84 students participating in a hydrogeology/water resources interdisciplinary program. The mission of the GEODAC is to provide counsel and support to the Geology and Geophysics Department to address challenges and to capitalize on opportunities presented to the Department, with the goal of preparing outstanding undergraduate and graduate students for employment and leadership in industry, government, or academia.” GEODAC membership is comprised of highly recognized members of industry, consulting, academia, professional societies, and government. While much of the past focus of the GEODAC has been on the petroleum sector, Curt’s membership will help expand the focus of the GEODAC into hydrogeology and water resources.
A link to the Texas A&M Geosciences College can be found here: https://geosciences.tamu.edu/