2017-2018 Seminar Series

Unless otherwise noted, all EPS Seminars will be held on Fridays at 3pm in the L.L. Sloss room (Tech F285) within Northwestern University's Technological Institute, 2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, Illinois.

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Fall 2017 Seminars

September 22 - Sloss Graduate Research Symposium
The Sloss Graduate Research Symposium is an annual tradition in which EPS graduate students present short talks on their research and accomplishments over the past year.

September 29 - Carol Stein, University of Illinois at Chicago
What's the Grenville Front and should it be erased from geological maps in the central U.S.?

October 6 - Brian Yanites, Indiana University- Bloomington
The rubble in the jungle: The impact of earthquakes, typhoons, and landslides on river processes in Taiwan

October 13 - Chris Skinner, University of Michigan
Exploring climate change projections from the ground up: How plants shape weather in a high CO2 world

October 27 - Ray Anderson, University of Iowa
The Midcontinent Rift System

November 3 - Lynn Sykes, Colombia University
Silencing the bomb: One scientist’s quest for a test ban and the control of nuclear weapons

November 10 - Alisha Clark, Northwestern University
Experimental constraints on the degree of melting beneath tectonic plates

November 17 - Emily Finzel, University of Iowa
Forearc basin detrital record of Mesozoic-Cenozoic tectonics in the northern Cordillera, south-central Alaska

December 1 - Dan Tamayo, University of Toronto
Title: TBD

If you have any questions, please contact our Seminar Series coordinator, Professor Seth Stein.


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