Come for the GEOLOGY THEMED ICE CREAM BAR but stay for the rocks!!! (or climate or ocean!) Interested in learning more about the Geos major and the courses offered next year? Come listen to current Geos students tell about their (awesome) experiences with the department, and the opportunities available to you. Feel free to ask
Thursday, March 20, 4:15-5:15, Wege (Faculty Lecture Series) Dr. Lisa Gilbert, Williams- Mystic Program Adventures in the Deep Sea: Rocks Younger than You.
Senior geosciences major Eloise Andry ‘14 has been named a Thomas J. Watson Fellow for 2014-15. Recognizing graduating seniors of “unusual promise,” the Fellowship provides a stipend of $28,000 to fund a year of independent study and travel outside of the United States. Selected from nearly 700 applicants, Eloise is one of 43 students to
The Geosciences Dept. Presents Eloise Andry ’14 and Nell Davis ’15, Lauren Interess Fellows, 2014 VOLCANIC ADVENTURES TUESDAY, APRIL 15 4:00 PM CLARK HALL, ROOM 204 REFRESHMENTS AT 3:45 PM GEOS. COMMON ROOM
El Niño and El Padre: The Pliocene Warm Period as an Analogue for Future Climate Change? Heather Ford Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Wednesday, March 19, 2014 4:15 pm Clark Hall, Room 204 Refreshments 4:00 Geos Common Room All are welcome!
The Geosciences Spring 2014 Seminar Series includes upcoming talks by Amy Siuda, Heather Ford, Lisa Glibert, Diana Boyer and Seth Finnegan. Please click on the image below for detailed time and date information. See you there!
Dr. Amy Siuda, Sea Eduction Association, will be giving a lecture on “Marine Debris: Beyond Our Beaches” on Thursday, March 6, 7:00 pm, in TBL 112. All are welcome!
Enjoy this instructional video on how to get yourself fossilised! Brought to you by Ted Ed, some awesome animators, and our own Phoebe Cohen http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-fossilize-yourself-phoebe-a-cohen