CAIS history with geochronology extends back to the 1970’s, beginning with the establishment of a 14C dating facility. For the last two decades, our radiocarbon chronology program has been centered around two accelerator mass spectrometry systems, focusing mainly on archaeological studies and late-Pleistocene to Recent climate-related chronology. The recent acquisition of a nuPlasma II multi-collector mass spectrometer, and the availability of a Class 1000/100 cleanroom adjacent to our building, has allowed us to branch into radiogenic isotope chronology. We are currently developing a U-Th series dating lab, and later in 2019 we will expand into other isotopic systems better suited for silicate rock dating.