Faculty Candidates

The Department of Geosciences is currently hosting candidates for Assistant Professor in Critical Zone Geosciences.  Seminar dates and locations are listed below. Videos of each seminar are also posted below. 


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Dan McGrath, March 29-30
Research Seminar
Wednesday, March 29, 12-1 pm in Room 320 Natural Resources Bldg
Title: Hydrologic and Cryospheric Processes in Earth's critical zone

Video of Dan McGrath Research Seminar
 
Teaching Seminar
Thursday, March 30, 4-5 pm in Room 320 Natural Resources Bldg
Title: The Critical Zone's Frontier: High-latitude and high-elevation landscapes

Video of Dan McGrath Teaching Seminar
 
 
 
Sean Gallen, April 3-4
Research Seminar
Monday, April 3, 4-5 pm in Room 320 Natural Resources Bldg
Title: Earthquakes, Landslides and the Critical Zone in Tectonically Active Mountains

Video of Sean Gallen Research Seminar
 
Teaching Seminar
Tuesday, April 4, 12:30-1:30 pm in Room 320 Natural Resources Bldg
Title: The Tectonic Geomorphology of Bedrock River Profiles

Video of Sean Gallen Teaching Seminar
 
 
 
Claire Lukens, April 5-6
Research Seminar
Wednesday, April 5 12-1 pm in Room 320 Natural Resources Bldg
Title: Sediment Production and the Critical Zone: Using Detrital Methods to Interpret Mountain Landscapes

Video of Claire Lukens Research Seminar
 
Teaching Seminar Thursday, April 6, 4-5 pm in Room 320 Natural Resources Bldg
Title: Cosmogenic Nuclides: Using Particles from Space to Learn about our Eroding Earth

Video of Claire Lukens Teaching Seminar
 
 
 
Candidate #4, April 10-11
Research Seminar
Monday, April 10, 4-5 pm in Room 320 Natural Resources Bldg
Title: Getting from Rock to Roll: Quantifying Mechanics and Rates of Climate-driven Hillslope Processes

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Teaching Seminar
Tuesday, April 11, 12:30-1:30 pm in Room 320 Natural Resources Bldg
Title: Geology, Hillslope Evolution and the Critical Zone

Candidate #4 Teaching Seminar