For the next speaker in the Geography/Geology/Geohydrology Explorations and Observations series, alumnus Jeremy Breeden will talk about his studies of Cretaceous McNairy sandstone October 9.
William Wyckoff, author of How to Read the American West: A Field Guide, will be the speaker for the Douglas C. Ridgley Distinguished Geography Lecture on Thursday, October 1.
Structural geologist and educator Tim Paulson will discuss stress on the West Antarctic Rift on September 11.
Illinois State University faculty from the School of Biological Sciences and Chemistry and Geography-Geology departments will lead a workshop for teachers on the impacts of climate change.
The U.S. once viewed Palestine as a domestic place. That will be the focus of the next Geography/Geology/Geohydrology Explorations and Observations (GGGEO) series at 3 p.m. Friday, April 10 with Molly Robey.
Professor Donna Jurdy of Northwestern University’s Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences will present Venus Active Tectonics: Evidence from Craters, Coronae and Chasmata on Friday, April 3.
Joseph P. Stoltman will deliver the Department of Geography-Geology Douglas Clay Ridgley Lecture Geography: Future, Past, and Present at 4 p.m. on Friday, March 25, in the Bone Student Center Old Main Room.