Department of Geology Brandon University. Students Programs Facilities Faculty Research. Geology Students at Brandon U 2013-14. 61 Majors 6 Minors. 14 will graduate in May, 2014, with Geology major. Paleontology class field trip to Stony Mountain, MB, 2008.
Students Programs Facilities Faculty Research
61 Majors 6 Minors
14 will graduate in May, 2014, with Geology major
Paleontology class field trip to Stony Mountain, MB, 2008
Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries in Geology
> $45,000 per year
Plus hundreds of Brandon University Scholarships ranging from ~$200 to $10,000
22 % Graduate School
34 % Petroleum 34 % Mining
10 % Environmental and other
Paleontology class field trip to Winnipegosis, 2006
JEOL JSM-6390LV/GS Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)
equipped with an Oxford Instruments INCA x-act Energy Dispersive Spectrometer (EDS) X-ray detector as well as high quality analytical and imaging packages.
Manager: Dr. Michelle Huminicki
Environmental Analysis of soil, water & tissues
Exploration and Development
Great Bear Lake
Well Log Cross-section
Alumni Teaching Excellence Award
Associate professor and Chair
Paleozoic brachiopods: taxonomy, paleoecology, paleobiogeography, and evolution.
On fossils from
Anticosti Island, Quebec
Tertiary paleobotany & paleontology:
David Greenwood (far R), and graduate students collecting Eocene fossils from Driftwood Canyon Provincial Park, Smithers area, BC.
Dr. Michelle Huminicki
Research and analytical support
Current University priority
A new core facility—for research and
teaching, construction to be
completed in September, 2014.
Thank you !
Petroleum Geology class field trip to a drilling rig, 2008