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Events and Seminars

EPS Seminar Series

In Fall 2021, our goal is to have as many in-person seminars as possible.

To explore past EPS Seminar Series, please use the links to the left. Alternatively, use the search bar in the upper right corner of this page to find a specific speaker or institution.

If you have any questions or would like to request to be added to the seminar email list, please contact our Program Assistant.

Winter 2022 Seminars

January 7 (Virtual) - Jeremy Owens, Florida State University
Novel Metal Isotope Constraining Complex Oxygen Variability during Phanerozoic Mass Extinction and Climate Events

January 14 (Virtual) - Kay McMonigal, North Carolina State University
Why is the Indian Ocean Warming So Rapidly?

January 21 - Anna Waldeck, Northwestern University
Stable Oxygen Isotopes in Sulfate: Implications for Phanerozoic pO2

January 28 - Sunny Park, University of Chicago

February 4 (Virtual) - Ludmilla Aristilde, Northwestern University

February 11 (Virtual) - Anat Shahar, Carnegie Institution for Science
An Experimental Geochemistry View on Planetary Evolution

February 18 - Emily Stewart, Florida State University
Rock Metamorphism and the Global Carbon Cycle

February 25 (Virtual) - Tim Dixon, University of South Florida

March 4 - Deepti Singh, Washington State University Vancouver

March 11 - Kat Dawson, Rutgers University

Spring 2022 Seminars

April 1

April 8

April 15 - James Bendle, University of Birmingham

April 22 - Heather Graham, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

April 29 - Ann Pearson, Harvard University

May 6 - Naomi Levin, University of Michigan

May 13 - Yige Zhang, Texas A&M University

May 20 - Allison Karp, Yale University

May 27 - Paula Welander, Stanford University

June 3

Fall 2021 Seminars

September 24 - Sloss Graduate Research Symposium, Part I
The Sloss Graduate Research Symposium is an annual tradition in which EPS graduate students present short talks on their research and accomplishments.

October 1 - Sloss Graduate Research Symposium, Part II
The Sloss Graduate Research Symposium is an annual tradition in which EPS graduate students present short talks on their research and accomplishments.

October 8 - Stephanie Olson, Purdue University
Geophysical Controls on the Oxygenation of Marine Habitats on Earth and Beyond

October 15 - Erica Marie Hartmann, Northwestern University
Using the Microbiology and Chemistry of the Built Environment to Promote Indoor Environmental Quality

October 22 - Elizabeth Griffith, The Ohio State University
Marine Barite Reveals Change in Ocean Chemistry & Carbon Cycle

November 4 (Thursday) at 5 PM (Virtual) - Isabel Rivera-Collazo, University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Ancient Knowledge, Future Wisdom: Archaeological Perspectives of Caribbean Coastal Food and Habitat Security during Climate Crises

November 12 (Virtual) - Philippe Lognonné, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
InSight on Mars: More than 1000 Sols (Mars Day) of Seismic Discoveries & Surprises

November 19 (Virtual) - Chhavi Jain, Washington University
Still Elusive Upper Mantle Dynamics and a New Plan to Investigate It

December 3 - Eric Wolf, University of Colorado-Boulder
3D Modeling of Alien Worlds

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