Idaho State University’s College of Science and Engineering has hired three scientists.
Kathleen Lohse joins ISU as an assistant professor of soil and watershed biogeochemistry in the biological sciences department. She holds a joint appointment with the geosciences department. She runs the Lohse Biogeochemistry Laboratory at ISU. Lohse previously worked as an assistant professor in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at University of Arizona. She earned her doctorate in soil science from the University of California-Berkeley.
Donna Delparte joins ISU as an assistant professor of geosciences. Her background is in geographic information systems and remote sensing. She previously worked at the University of Hawaii-Hilo, and helped develop a data repository for use by researchers and the general public. She earned her doctorate in geography from University of Canada-Calgary.
Sarah Godsey joins ISU as an assistant geosciences professor. She has published articles in peer-reviewed journals and lectured at UC-Berkeley and Penn State. She previously worked as a postdoctoral scholar at Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. She earned her doctorate in Earth and planetary science at UC-Berkeley.