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Wasatch-Uinta Field Camp12 February 2019
The Wasatch-Uinta Field Camp still has several open spots for summer 2019. If any of your students are looking for field camp, please encourage them to check it out at fieldcamp.org. Application directions can be found here (http://fieldcamp.org/content/enrollment-fees).
The Wasatch-Uinta Field Camp is a six-week capstone course designed to prepare students for successful careers in the geosciences. We emphasize scientific methodology and traditional techniques that provide a strong foundation for the broad range of modern technologies used by today’s industry, academic, government and private workforces.
Social Hour with American Institute of Professional Geologists Minnesota26 September 2018
Please join us on Wednesday, October 10 at 4:30 PM for a Social Hour for students and professionals co-hosted the American Institute of Professional Geologists Minnesota Section (AIPG MN Section) and the Minnesota Chapter of the Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG MN Chapter)!
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Student volunteers needed to help tutor adult college students in introductory chemistry and earth science20 September 2018
I’m writing from the CCCE. We are currently partnered with the Northfield Community College Coalition, and they have asked us if we could find some student volunteers to help tutor some of their adult college students in introductory chemistry and earth science. Tutors would work with students in the evenings, and there would be a very flexible schedule. Anyone who is interested can email Patrick Wigent (email@example.com) for more information.
The Distinguished Service to SSA Award honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the work of the Seismological Society of America.
Keith Knudsen ’83 Distinguished Service to SSA Award | 2017 Recipient
New Zealand Geology Camp: Understanding the subduction factory from the evolution of the Gondwanaland plate margin to the development of Zealandia Course code
Date: 3rd January (Wellington) 2019 – 2nd February (Wellington or Palmerston North) 2019
She will be hosting an information table in Sayles-Hill from 11-2PM and an info session in Leighton 236 from 4-5PM next Wednesday, January 10, 2018.
Summer School Never Looked Like This! U-M Jackson Hole21 November 2017
This summer, UM is offering several courses at our field station near Jackson, WY, including a traditional geology field camp, an environmental and ecosystem science field camp, and an upper-level course on energy and fossil fuels. We also offer introductory level courses in geology and environmental science. Students with questions should feel free to contact me, Nathan Niemi (firstname.lastname@example.org), or our summer field program manager, Chris Malvica (email@example.com).
Geo Life Photo Contest3 October 2017
We are looking for photos featuring your research, internships, field camps, or anywhere else with geoscientists in action. Photos can be entered into three different categories (Outdoor Lab, Indoor Lab, and Data Visualization) and AGI staff will select a winner from each category to receive a prize. Submissions are open to US and international applicants from all geoscience disciplines.
Deadline to submit is Friday 10 November, 2017
GIS Lab12 May 2017
What: GIS Lab Student Worker Show-And-Tell
When: Common times on Week 8 Tuesday (5/16) and Thursday (5/18)
Location: Goodsell 03 (classroom in Goodsell basement)
Yijun Wang (2018, Computer Science/Geology) will share ways to address these questions in Esri ArcMap on May 16
Pizza will be provided.
Missouri State University 2-Week Field course28 April 2017
Missouri State University and the Department of Geography, Geology and Planning invites senior undergraduate and early M.S. and Ph.D. students to attend a two week short term study away opportunity/ field course focused on the volcanology and igneous petrology of the Central Andes of northern and central Chile.
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