The Geosciences Department is pleased to announce a NEW, regularly scheduled series of fun social seminars designed to bring faculty and students of disparate fields together to learn about each others research and field areas. Presentations will be broadly accessible, non-technical scientific introductions to peoples work. Each seminar will be fun to participate in with a broad range of potential formats appropriate for sharing peoples research, interesting scientific topics and field work. We’ll emphasize photo slideshows, video and virtual field trips as appropriate. All are welcome.
Where: NR 301
When: Every other Tuesday beginning March 6th.
Time: 12:30 pm _OR_ 4:00 pm.
The speaker is given the option of choosing a 12:30 time slot or 4:00, so check the calendar and announcements every other week!
For 12:30 social seminars, we encourage people to bring something to share for a potluck lunch or their own for a brown-bag.
For 4:00 social seminars, a group will head to happy hour off campus after the presentation to continue discussion.
If you don’t have time for potluck food or don’t want to go to happy hour etc., no problem. Show up anyway!
March 6th at 12:30 pm, Nikki Seymour, “Chilean Rhapsody: Texans wander the Atacama Desert”, structural geology field work from Dr. Singleton’s research group.
March 21st at 12:30 pm, is Dr. Dan McGrath, “Cracking Ice Shelves and Raging Moulins: Science and Life on the Ice”, a talk about working in Antarctica and Greenland.
Please share widely around CSU for interested parties and join us!