Geology Lunch

Open to all and meeting approximately every other Tuesday from 12:00 to 1:00 in Carnegie 219 GeoLunch is an opportunity for any student to meet and eat with professionals working across the spectrum of geologic fields.  Current GeoLunch Schedule for fall 2018:

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Breaking news!!!   The Geology Department needs your help!  Here at Geo we’re in the midst of a self-study and review.  We need your input!  What are we doing right?  What could use improvement?  What’s not working at all?  Now is your chance for your voice to be heard.

The internal review committee (no Geology Faculty/Staff present) is seeking input from Geo Majors and Minors on Tuesday Nov, 6th 4:00-5:00 PM, in Carnegie 225.  Pizza to be served.

 

The internal review committee (no Geology Faculty/Staff present) is seeking input from anyone who’s taken a Geo class on Wednesday  Nov, 14th 1:30-2:30 PM, in Carnegie 113.  A lovely selection of coffee, tea, chai and doughnuts to be served.

 

Please come, participate and help shape the future of Geology at Bates.

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  • September 18 – Peter Strand  -Ph.D. candidate at the University of Maine, Orono, ME

“What drives glacial cycles?  Glacier chronologies from New Zealand and Mongolia”


  • October 9  – Raj Saha – Interdisciplinary Lecturer in Environmental Geophysics, Bates College, Lewiston ME  
“Skipped Beats  of Earth’s Climate: The past and future”

  • October 16 – Sarah Hall  -Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Chair of Earth Systems and Geosciences, College of the Atlantic (COA), Bar Harbor, ME

“Plio-Pleistocene climate and tectonic record preserved in the hyperarid forearc of southern Peru”


  • November 13 – Simone Whitecloud  -Research Scientist at the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab, Hanover, NH

“Plant-plant and human-plant interactions”