The Geoscience Department’s spring seminars conclude Monday, April 17 with a talk by Dr. Kira Lawrence of Lafayette College. The talk begins at 4:15 PM, with refreshments beginning at 4 PM. All are welcome!
The Geoscience Department’s spring seminars continue Thursday, April 6 with a talk by University of Maine’s Dr. Jacquelyn Gill. The talk begins at 4:15 PM, with refreshments beginning at 4 PM. All are welcome!
The Geoscience Department’s spring seminars kick off Friday, March 10, with a talk by Dr. Michèle LaVigne titled “Investigating Coastal Acidification in Maine’s Intertidal Ecosystem: Connecting Undergraduate Research with Citizen Science.” The talk will begin at 1:30, but please joins us for refreshments beforehand. All are welcome!
Dr. James Hansen, who directs the Program on Climate Science, Awareness and Solutions at Columbia University will speak at Williams College on Wednesday, March 8, in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall. The presentation begins at 8 p.m. The title of his talk is “Global Climate Change: How Can Young People Take Charge of Their Future?” The
Ny Riavo Gilbertinie “Voary” Voarintsoa, former visiting scholar in Geosciences at Williams, has won the Geological Society of America’s John Montagne Award. The award supports research in the field of Quaternary geology/geomorphology and was presented at GSA’s 2016 Annual Conference in Denver. “Receiving this award has brightened my life. I’m so excited, I am thankful because people encourage me to
The National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT) has given this year’s Neal Miner award to Prof. Bud Wobus. The award “honors exceptional contributions to the stimulation of interest in the Earth sciences.” Among the many contributions NAGT cited in presenting the award, they made special note of Bud’s fifty years of teaching here at Williams and