2017 Earth Sciences Seminar Schedule

The Earth Sciences Program hosts multidisciplinary seminars on most Friday afternoons in Ross Hall, Room 3240, on the following schedules:

3:30 Snacks, meet the speaker
4:00-5:00 Seminar
Post-seminar discussion with speaker. 
Snacks, sandwiches/pizza & beverages provided.

DATE

SPEAKER

TOPIC

Jan 19

Ron Bell

geoDRONEology, drones applied to geoscientific mapping

Jan 26

James Hagadorn

Extinction events in Colorado

Feb 2

Steven Anderson

The Role of Belief, Trust, and Values in Communicating Politically-charged Science Topics

Feb 9

Eric Erslev

The Ungluing of the North American Craton

Feb 16

Brian Werner

Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP)

Feb 23

AWG Panel

Please note room change: Ross 1090

Panel Discussion on Women in the Sciences

Mar 2

Faculty Candidate

TBA

Mar 9

Faculty Candidate

TBA

Mar 16

SPRING BREAK

NO SEMINAR

Mar 23

Faculty Candidate

TBA

Mar 30

Sarah Hirner

Structure and Formation of the Humite Minerals

Apr 6

Todd Dallege

TBA

Apr 13

Geoff Schmidt

"You Gonna Eat That?" A Scientific Look at How Food Waste is Contributing to Climate Change

Apr 20

Becca Kipf

Magnetic minerals in the Poleslide Member of the Brume Fm, Badlands National Park

Apr 28

EAS POSTERFEST WITH UNDERGRADUATES, GRADUATE STUDENTS and FACULTY

DOZENS OF POSTERS!
FOOD! CELEBRATE!!
CAKE!!!