EACS Lunch Series

Image created by Essie Martin ('21) and Carolyn Snow ('21)
Image created by Essie Martin (’21) and Carolyn Snow (’21)

Formerly Geolunch, and usually meeting approximately every other Tuesday from 12:00 to 1:00 (EST) in Carnegie 219, EACS-Lunch is an opportunity for any student to meet and speak with professionals working across the spectrum of geologic fields. 

*Note, The EACS Lunch Series has been moved to a zoom platform. Please see the links below for access to the meetings.

EACS-Lunch Schedule : Winter 2021

2/23/2021 – Mindy Nicewonger Fire and Ice: Quantifying past wildfires through ice cores

3/9/21 – Aaron PutnamMercer’s Paradox

3/23/21 –  Carly FaberDiving into the depths of mountains: How metamorphic minerals and structures inform us about ancient colliding continents

4/6/21 – Lucia Perez DiazUps and downs of the South Atlantic

5/4/21 – Dyk EusdenGeology of the Grand Canyon by Raft and Foot!

5/18/21 – Monika SikandA Truly Interdisciplinary Education Model on Environmental Sustainability and the Research-Driven Life Cycle Analysis Project

 

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