I’m Mike Bramble, a planetary geoscience graduate student at Brown University. I’m a native of Maugerville, New Brunswick, Canada, and with my studies I have also lived in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, London, Ontario, and now Providence, Rhode Island.
My diverse educational history reflects the breadth of my interests. I am a graduate of the University of Western Ontario where I completed a Bachelor of Science degree following the Honors Specialization in Planetary Science module through the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration. Prior to this, I attended the Memorial University of Newfoundland where I studied music theory, music history, German, and the general sciences, and received an honours Bachelor of Music degree majoring in Theory and Composition. I began my post-secondary education at the Moncton Flight College where I completed the ground school program studying the many facets of aviation from meteorology to aircraft design and dynamics, and in 2005 I received my Private Pilots Licence.
My interests span a wide breadth, and include the topics planetary science and exploration, mineralogy and geochemistry, and analytical techniques in the physical sciences. Wider subject areas I personally find interesting include physics, biology, history and philosophy of science, art, history, and early and baroque music. I’d love to chat with you about any of these and more!
Please feel free to send me a message!
Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences
324 Brook St.
Providence, RI 02912
email: michael_bramble [at] brown [dot] edu
office: Lincoln Field Building Room 119