Gryphen Amarinda Goss


About Me

I am currently a PhD student in the Rooney Geochronology and Geochemistry lab group at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. My research specifically focuses on the Rhenium-Osmium isotope system, an emerging geochemical tool suitable for investigating Quaternary glacial-interglacial weathering fluxes.



2021 -

Yale University

Earth and Planetary Science

Ph.D. Geochronology/Geochemistry

2019 - 2021

University of Calgary

Department of Geoscience

M.Sc. Geology

2015 - 2018

Purdue University

Earth Atmospheric Planetary Science

B.Sc. Geology/Geophysics

Awards and Funding

Cedric J Newby Award 2018

Purdue EAPS Students Ambassador Award 2018

Leary UG field Work Scholarship 2018

Shieh Geochemistry Scholarship 2018

Charles and Elizabeth Babcock Scholarship 2019

Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship 2020

Denton, Andrews, Porter Glacial Geology Award 2020 

Jake Swart Memorial Graduate Scholarship 2020

Arctic Institute of North America Grant-In-Aid 2020 

Professional Memberships


American Geophysical Union

Geological Society of America

Earth Science Women’s Network

Association of Polar Early Career






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